Characters are arguably the most important aspect of any story, and they're annoyingly easy to get wrong. Flat, uninteresting characters can ruin a book, no matter how great your plot is. Your readers aren't going to feel fully immersed in the story if they're seeing it though the eyes of a cardboard cutout. However, great… Continue reading How to write three-dimensional characters
"And what would you say are your worst qualities?" It's the question we all dread when it comes to interviews. Pointing out our flaws to someone whose job it is to scrutinize our character is almost impossible to do honestly. "I work too hard," "I'm such a perfectionist," Come on. No one believes the standard… Continue reading Deeply Flawed Diamonds.