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“Researching a particular field, career or arena, can help inform the way you write a character’s attitude, motivations and allusions.”
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“If I’ve crafted characters, who just happen to be women, that prove memorable, endearing, provocative, familiar, or just plain entertaining, than I’ve succeeded as a writer--sex chromosomes be damned.”
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“Starting out, a writer may almost naturally default to their most memorable life events and closest relationships as the basis for a film or TV script, stage play or novel. But, really, how often can you go back to that well? And just because we think something that once happened to us is riveting doesn’t guarantee that everyone--or even anyone--else will.”
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“As they say, ‘writers write.’ We research, we observe, we recall, we imagine; we figure it out. I’ve written scripts featuring cops, crooks, convicts, lawyers, athletes, shrinks, politicians, soldiers, moguls, actors, realtors, sex workers and sex addicts--and I am none of those things. What I am is a writer.”
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He Writes like a Girl!
Gary Goldstein looks beyond the adage of writing what you know, and offers advice on writing for characters of the opposite sex.
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