Want to write more likable characters? Want readers to “beg for more” of your protagonists? Check this out: the second half of the series.
Want people to actually finish your stories? You need to make them care about the characters first. Here’s the first part of the list: “26 ways to write likable characters.”
Writing great character motivations requires these 4 steps. With these, you will be able to turn any of your characters into living, breathing people with real lives.
…hopefully, their real lives are devastatingly interesting, so you’ll write books that people will beg to read.
Armed with these seven secrets, you’ll have a much easier time creating characters that feel alive.
Your readers will cheer for them, feel every failure, and won’t be able to put your books down.
Want a better way to show what your character looks like? Stop describing them – and start using these 5 strategies to create vivid, beautiful characters.