Setting up an archive of your characters’ attributes is an important step for any worldbuilder. Some choose to keep profiles in text documents, while others use excel spreadsheets. If you need a template for character profiles, then here’s an article from a fellow blogger. She has some cool tips on character building and archiving your cast. Cheers.
We all love things that make our lives a little easier. Especially, when being a writer can sometimes begin to feel like creative chaos:
How many characters do I have?
Where were they born?
Wait!What colour did I say their eyes were?
So many questions, so little time… and how many scraps of paper, notebooks or random computer files have I used to catalogue all this info?
Fear not, to help us all become a little more organised, I’ve created some fun worksheets that can be filled in and filed away to kickstart your WIP bible.
If you’re confused by what a writers bible looks like, then head on over to Kate’s fantastic blog to find out why you should have a series bible and what to include in them. Her posts are a wonderful resource for any writer, full of insightful, practical writing and editing tips.
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