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More on Creating Believable Characters

Yesterday, I wrote about creating believable characters only touching on the tip of the iceberg. Today, I read a post by Russell Blake describing his latest character that does such an excellent job of it that I wanted to share it with my readers.
Click on the link below to go to his website and check it out. Artemis Gunner is a character that I want to know. He's flawed, but still has endearing qualities.
I especially like the part where his cat doesn't like him and it hurts his feelings a bit. Makes him human and just a little bit loveable.

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essay help on Friday, August 10, 2018 2:05 AM
Really, to write on the creating believe character is a tough job. There are also two classes from which some believe on one thing and others not. You shared a great work Russel Blake on your blog that is very informative for the readers.
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