3 Mistakes To Avoid with Your Side Characters – Written By Sacha Black

On Writers Helping Writers:

Everybody loves their heroes, some people even love their villains. But it’s a rare author that actively loves and spends equal time on their side characters.

Sure, some of them are fun to write, but they’re not who the story is about, which is why so many of them are simply slapped on and ill-thought out.

Today, I’m going to help you combat that by giving you three mistakes to avoid when creating your side characters.

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2 thoughts on “3 Mistakes To Avoid with Your Side Characters – Written By Sacha Black

  1. Good article with food for thought. Thanks for sharing this one. The main problem I have with side characters is sometimes they get more interesting than I originally planned and wind up becoming more involved with the main plot than I originally planned. But hey… the audience seems to like them so, I just go with the flow.

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