Interview with author Vincent B. Davis re: writing male characters

How can writers create stellar male characters?

Interview with Vincent B. Davis II

In 2019 I launched a workshop called “Write Men Right” to help both male and female authors create engaging, appealing male characters that resonate with readers. Since then, I’ve been blessed to co-teach “Men are More than Black and White” with Gregg Bridgeman which meshes effective writing techniques while addressing tough topics such as race.  Writing realistic yet appealing male characters is often challenging for female authors and these candid discussions are extremely relevant in today’s world.

Today, I’d like to welcome ANOTHER voice with unique insights. Entrepreneur, soldier, and international bestselling author Vincent B. Davis II recently joined me on my podcast, Heroes & Villains in which we had an unscripted conversation about:

  • His journey to writing incredible heroes
  • The importance of writing books with a male audience in mind
  • Techniques every writer can implement
  • What every writer should avoid when writing male characters.

I met Vincent while teaching at Blue Ridge Mountain Christian Writers Conference and was impressed both by his knowledge and passion for writing books that both speak to men and portray us in a compelling light.

In addition to writing, Vincent is an Amazon marketing guru. Contact him to see how he can help you meet your marketing goals.


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About JP Robinson

JP Robinson is a prolific award-winning author. He graduated from SUNY Stony Brook university at 19 with a Bachelor’s degree in English and another in French. He is currently wrapping up his Master’s of Education.

JP is a contributor to Guideposts, Focus on the Family’s Clubhouse, and the Salvation Army’s War Cry. His work has been praised by industry leaders such as Publishers Weekly and secured the #1 spot on Amazon’s historical thrillers category.

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