Character Motivation Entry: Righting A Deep Wrong

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About ANGELA ACKERMAN

Angela is a writing coach, international speaker, and bestselling author who loves to travel, teach, empower writers, and pay-it-forward. She also is a founder of One Stop For Writers, a portal to powerful, innovative tools to help writers elevate their storytelling.
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John David Pepper
John David Pepper
3 years ago

This is already giving me ideas. I believe I can pick and choose the ideas that will best work for a character I’m considering. But I’d still like to hear the experts’ opinion – which of these would you say fits a character seeking revenge?

Revenge counts as righting a deep wrong, just towards oneself. Or can that be counted as something else in terms of a motivation?

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Victoria Marie Lees
4 years ago

Much food for thought here to create deep characters with realistic problems and situations. Thanks so much for laying it out to consider all the possibilities. Thank you so much for all the wonderful help you offer writers. All the best, ladies!

:Donna
4 years ago

Without question, this is at the root of my writing—injustice. Great stuff, as always, ladies. Thank you 😀