#Writing | Five Unrealistic Character Traits | Storytellers want to have their cake and eat it too, even if the cake is absolute perfection, and the eating is relatable flaws. The inevitable result of trying to have it both ways is a character that defies human nature. These characters have traits that are so unrealistic, the audience starts thinking about the author’s intention rather than the story at hand.
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33 Ways to Write a Stronger Character and why that should be your #1 concern via ShesNovel.com. I love this blogger. She writes amazing posts full of valuable information. Check out her website for more writing tips!
Not sure what to name your character? Maybe you should go with a classic. The following names have been popular in the U.S. since at least 1880 (when data on baby names was first collected). None of the male names have ever been out of the top 400, and none of the female names have ever been out of the top 500. So, if you’re stumped, simply close your eyes and point.