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Characterization InterviewsWe’ve made it to the last Monday in June, which means it’s time for the final article and challenges! We took four questions about characterization suggested by the lit community and asked the experts for answers. They gave us amazing advice, and we’re excited to share it with you now!Characterization Interviews by illuminara
Our first question was, “What is your process for creating character flaws, and how do you incorporate a character’s flaw into their character arc?”
This is an important question because a flaw, weakness, or vulnerability is vital to showing your audience who your character is and what they have to overcome in the story. It shows their growth—or lack of it—and speaks to the human condition in a powerful way. Here are what our experts had to say:
Personally, I use a character’s flaw as tool to help get them from Point A to Point B in their arc. Does their flaw help or hinder them, do they change because of the fl
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