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What is required for a character to be believable? How do you create yours?
 
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A character is believable when they exhibit human traits with which your reader(s) can readily identify. It doesn't matter if the traits are considered to be "good" or "bad"...they just have to have a certain amount of plausibility.

I suppose I introduce a character into a pre-conceived plot, then instinctively develop the characteristics, mannerisms, and traits of that character as the plot further develops. As I've stated before, the character begins to take on a life of his/her own; I just narrate their actions, thoughts, behaviors after their "development" begins.
 






 



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