Tips for Writing Relatable and Believable Characters - podcast

Readers connect to a story through the characters. Readers may be able to overlook plot holes or other shortcomings in a book, but the one thing that will stop them in their tracks is when they don't connect to the characters. In this interview, New York Times Bestselling author, Susan Mallery, provides tips for writing believable characters. Characters need to be unique, have quirks, and core beliefs. They must be believable and real—people that the reader could imagine knowing in real life. Building believable characters is the key to a powerful book.
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