Growing Great Characters from the Ground Up: A Thorough Primer for Writers of Fiction and Nonfiction
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Growing Great Characters from the Ground Up: A Thorough Primer for Writers of Fiction and Nonfiction

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As Growing Great Characters From the Ground Up states, character development is the most important facet of any character-based book, because "readers won't follow for long if they find the people you're writing about dull, one-dimensional or unbelievable." After listing the three attributes of a great character, the book takes readers through a step-by-step process that t...more
Paperback, 223 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Central Avenue Press (first published June 15th 2007)
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The Wind Thief , Martha’s literary novel (Alondra Press, 2009), was awarded a 5-Star rating by the Midwest Book Review.

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"AJAY, a young thief from India, is on his way to a better life when he’s forced to flee Algiers and subsequently gets lost in the Saharan Desert. He’s saved by a strange young woman who believes she can talk to the winds, a gift that will save mankind from an im...more
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