We’ve been reading a lot of story submissions and contest entries at Pulp Literature this past week. You writers are doing so many things well.
Again and again I see examples of strength in developing characters, and one of the ways you’re doing it is setting up the character for growth by establishing flaws and problems at the start. And, as a counterpoint to this, showing us hints of the hero’s inner strength and goodness at the same time. Continue reading Character Growth and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo