« Cheery Cherry Blossoms: A Free Short Story and a Giveaway | Main | The Number One Rule of Writing Fiction »

March 27, 2018

Comments

Mark

Flaws certainly help us identify with a character. I wonder if that is because we focus so much on our own. At least those of us who are honest about ourselves do.

Hank PhilLippi ryan

Congratulations to all of you! You are such a rockstars! And cannot wait to give you all a standing ovation…

Micki Browning

Thank you so much for inviting us to your blog!

I think this is a deeper question than a paragraph can address. Like Mark stated, flaws help us identify with the character. Conversely, when a villain has no redeeming qualities, I lose interest because the character isn't realistic.

Thanks again!!!

Susie Purol

Fantastic Ladies! Way to Go! Your writings are keeping me from cooking dinner. heee hee

V.M. Burns

Thank you for this invitation. So glad to have an opportunity to talk about character flaws.

The comments to this entry are closed.