4 Tips for Creating the Right Impression of Our Characters – by Jami Gold…

Last time, we started tackling the tricky problem of how to introduce our characters to readers, both with a post here and with my latest post at Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi’s Writers Helping Writers site. But as I’ve mentioned before, my posts at WHW are limited in word count (and if you know the length of my usual posts, that means I cut a lot of information *grin*), so let’s dig deeper today.

In my previous post here, I brought up how we can unintentionally cause problems if we give readers a bad first impression of our characters—or if we give readers an inaccurate first impression. Either one can create disappointed and uninterested readers, which means they’ll stop reading before they “get to the good stuff.”

Let’s see if we can come up with a few more tips on how we can ensure we’re giving readers the right impressions of our characters and our story…

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