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|How Flawed is Your Character? |
Nobody likes a know-it-all or somebody that seems too perfect. Why?
We can’t relate and let’s be honest, they annoy us.
They are: boring flat, and don’t offer your reader a well-rounded experience.
When writing characters, flaws and imperfections are the bits and pieces that bring your character to life. Focus on flaws. Create characters that resonates deeper with your readers.
Readers want to see your character stumble, then learn from their mistakes.
Change is the key to the journey. By the end of the story, they are a better version of themselves.
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|Did you know…According to Book Riot, they surveyed over 5,000 people. They found that when the pandemic hit, 58.4% of those surveyed said their reading habits changed and that they’ve been reading more. 22% surveyed listened to more audiobooks and 29% were reading more eBooks. (source)|