Are your characters good at knowing what other people are thinking? Here are some traits that can be endearing in your heroes, eerie in your bad guys.
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I love finding articles that describe types of people. It’s like finding a character waiting to be dropped into a situation. It may or may not be a main character, but lesser characters need some depth, too. Here’s an example that offers counterposed characters — good boss and bad boss. Could also be good or bad roomie, good or bad sibling. Consider the possibilities.
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