Agatha's Guide to Character Writing

DISCLAIMER: These are just suggestions, you don't have to do them. I just think they may help. Do you have problems writing characters? Well hopefully this guide's for you. Enjoy exploring the emotional depth and range of your character, stabbing stereotypes in the face and developing realistic characters, not perfect ones.
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@EricVarkey @AgathaChristieLover I have a dictionary from the fifth grade.  I use it a lot.  Don't tell my teacher.  ;)
Wow great tips. ^^ i all try to use that in some stories thanks for putting this up
I think you might mean antagonists, not protagonists. 

Great guide. I wish more people would read this...
I guess it depends on your character and their personality. I find that if a character can be mentally strong, they've got a trait that isn't easy to find.
This is true :) I've read the book "Does my head look big in this?" and I love it!
@AgathaChristieLover I was only using the examples of erotic versus pornographic characters  to enumerate the point that you show above.


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