How to Edit Your Novel’s Characters [Novel Boot Camp 18]

Characters are so important to a strong novel, but editing characters can be tricky. In this video I go over five things to look for to strengthen your characters while editing your novel, including character arcs and personality traits.

This is the last video for Novel Boot Camp. I hope you guys had a great time and learned a lot. I had a ton of fun making the videos and critiquing your work. Thanks for all of your support!

Comment Question: Do you find that your characters are who you want them to be in the first draft or do you usually need to do a lot of editing?

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6 thoughts on “How to Edit Your Novel’s Characters [Novel Boot Camp 18]

  1. Tracey D says:

    Thank you so much for your time and expertise! This was my first novel boot camp with you and, hopefully, not my last. I am going to go back through the videos again, as I find that you offer so much information that it is impossible to absorb it all in one go-round. Best wishes to you and Toby!

  2. chickinwhite says:

    Hi there, Ellen!
    Many great thanks for all your efforts! I’m totally happy to join your lessons – it’s taking me to new hights in my writing (or my editing actually.)
    I love the way your tipps are coming so easily and take us a step further in our novels…
    Thank you!
    So much!
    🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    Noooooooooooo! please don’t leave us! Your bootcamp has been great – some major insights into what is happening with the novel I’m writing and some practical solutions, too. Thanks for being so generous with your time and insight

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