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Sandra Ardoin @SandraArdoin

Readers want living, breathing characters with personality, an ego, faults, feelings, failings, thoughts, reactions, regrets, vulnerabilities, emotions, and much more. These heroes have hopes and dreams, likes and dislikes, and sometimes they do stupid things for right or wrong reasons.

Author Elizabeth Noyes visits the Seriously Write blog today to talk about crafting characters readers respond to in a positive way.


How do you turn a character into a real, 3-D person that readers will love?