July 26


If you want to do some deep psychology on your characters, wander through the Keirsey Temperament Website. It has a fascinating system of categorizing personality types that may focus you on who your characters are, what each needs in order to be complete by the end of your story, and how they fit in with each other.

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Posted July 26, 2008 by TW in category "The Craft


  1. By Chris Wood on

    This is an intriguing site – the free test is worth taking just because it’s a bit of an eye opener into this (really quite creepy) area. Good call!

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  4. By WebCam on

    Interesrting how the different personality types mesh

    For me its also interesting!

  5. By Sean Hood on

    The best personality typing system for me is The Enneagram. It’s a little more writer friendly and less accedemic than Keirsey.


    And it’s particularly fun when you go against type and imagine your action hero as a “Peacemaker” or your femme fatal as an “Individualist.”

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