Good characters can carry a mediocre plot through a whole book.
And by good characters, I don’t mean that they’re all saints…I really mean the opposite.
Characters need to be flawed. The good guys, the baddies, and everyone in between.
This makes them relatable—human. Flaws can turn a two-dimensional character into a living, breathing person.
In this post, the first in a mini-series on character flaws, I’m defining the four kinds of character flaws, and showing you what they might look like!
And you don’t want to miss out on the worksheets that will help you craft your own characters’ flaws and traits!