Characters are one of the most important aspects of a novel. You can’t have a great story without a great cast of characters.
But what does a character entail? A personality, physical description, motive, likeness, relatability, and so much more.
A lot goes into being a character, but how do you make the type of character that readers wish were real? That readers want to know about, want to be their friends, that never want to forget them?
Think of your character as your best friend.
No, I’m not saying you should base your protagonist off of your real life best friend. Our books are our babies, which means our characters are just one personality trait our books have. We want to make it a good one. And, as our book grows and matures, we want our characters to make a good first impression on our readers.
(That analogy escalated…
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