I think Remus is an extremely strong character, he goes through so much pain, but still remains a role model, and a caring person. He is definitely not the average persona of a werewolf

I think Remus is an extremely strong character, he goes through so much pain, but still remains a role model, and a caring person. He is definitely not the average persona of a werewolf. also the wolf could symbolise his love for Sirius.

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones to Take your Characters to the Next Level

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters

The 4 Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones and Taking Your Characters (and Plot!) to the Next Level - The Four Pillars of Strong Characters are: The Desire, the Strength, the Inner Conflict, and the Character Theme.

The 4 Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones and Taking Your Characters (and Plot!) to the Next Level

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters

The 4 Pillars of Strong Characters: Building on the Cornerstones and Taking Your Characters (and Plot!) to the Next Level

Writing "strong" female characters!  We need to move beyond "strong" and into "human."

I really needed this, fellow authors, it's worth the bad font and long read. and it's made me realize the real reason why I started writing: not to create STRONG female characters, but to create ones who were REAL :)

The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters – Writingeekery

The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters

The Four Cornerstones of Strong Characters – Writingeekery

Create strong characters with these three big ideas that will bring your characters to life and help develop a character arc (without a questionnaire).

Creating Strong Characters: Three Big Ideas

Create strong characters with these three big ideas that will bring your characters to life and help develop a character arc (without a questionnaire).

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters - Writingeekery.  Writing Inspiration and Tips

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters

The Four Pillars of Strong Characters - Writingeekery. Writing Inspiration and Tips

The internet abounds with exercises to help storytellers develop their characters. These steps are all helpful, but none of them are irreplaceable. What's important is the end result. But what does that endpoint look like? ...

Five Signs Your Character Is Fully Developed

Seven ways to make your story more powerful - An important part of revising any story is looking at each event and asking yourself how it can be more effective. If you think any of your conflicts are feeling "blah" or your emotional moments.

Yes! Thank you! So sick of all the women having to be warriors in order to be considered "legit female characters" and things like embroidery being looked down on. Embroidery is awesome, people!

<<<Tamora Pierce's books address this, particularly the Song of the Lioness series and the Protector of the Small series (both about female knights)<<Did you mean Aelin Galathinius

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