How many times have you read a description of a leading character that pretty much starts and stops with their physical beauty? I’ve got news...character is more than eye color. Sure, if you’re a romance writer it’s important to give readers a bit of brain candy. Who doesn’t like to read about rippling muscles and the arms that reach out to hold his love?
How do you create a memorable character? Here are some suggestions and food for thought... 1. Think about where they’re from and what they’ve been through. It doesn’t have to make it into the story, but the answer should shape their personality. 2. They don’t have to be perfectly beautiful. Sometimes, an interesting flaw is actually what draws someone