How to Write Psychologically Consistent Characters (Part 2): Personality Type & Levels of Development

When we meet psychologically inconsistent characters on the page, they come across as unbelievable, unrealistic, and lead us to want to close the book and set it down, never to see the light of day again. Learn how the Enneagram can help us avoid this devastating mistake in character development.

Overcome the Fear and Doubt of Writing With These 5 Steps

Do you dream of becoming a published author but haven’t taken those first steps? Many successful authors have sat where you are right now. Maybe you’re unsure where to begin. Or you wonder if your writing is good enough. Those are all very normal feelings. If you have a story to tell, a character to introduce to the world, thoughts and ideas that are fighting to get out in print, then I say it’s time to begin the journey toward making your dreams come true.

Providence (Chapter 1)

He watched quietly as Jordan climbed into the back of the truck. There was a renewed interest in her of late, an interest that caused him great concern, and he knew instinctively that he had to remain vigilant or risk the loss. The fact that she had been marked early on made her more vulnerable than many, a critical target. Her capitulation would be of the highest value.