Characters Aren’t Born at 25

Writing tips for character development

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Characters are essential for writing novels, especially in fiction, but there are characters in nonfiction as well. This article is going to focus on the fiction side of writing and how you can write better characters with depth.

Stories don’t start (usually) with the main character being born and growing up then jumping…

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