How do you write interesting characters?

We as writers have to curate our writing arsenal. What draws in the reader and keep him there? In this world where there’s so many distractions, we have to work harder to keep their attention. One way is to write characters who are engaging. Interesting. Puzzling. Dynamic. Gloriously flawed and interesting, making it hard for your reader to put down the book. The question now is how? Let’s talk about it tonight.


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4 Responses to How do you write interesting characters?

  1. I SO WANT TO BE PART OF THESE! They would be PERFECT. *sigh*

    *kicks TimeZoned in the balls*
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    • Tamara Woods

      I know! I wish I could figure it out, but our Time Zones are on the opposite ends of the spectrum. 🙁

  2. I suppose one way is to take the worst thing that could happen to your character and… make that happen!
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