I thought this was coming out tomorrow, but it looks like it came out today. This is my final article on Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors before I leave for my study abroad trip, What Makes A Strong Character? I wrote it because there seems to be an emphasis on creating a diverse array of strong protagonists in fiction, so I decided to write about what makes a strong character in the first place.

Honestly, it wasn’t an easy article to write. What makes or doesn’t make to be a strong character is a difficult thing to pin down. Several times writing this article I had to go back to the first paragraph and delete everything else because the definition I had just didn’t feel right to me. I’m still not sure if the definition I came up with in the end is the right one. Maybe that’s why I asked readers to give me their definitions of what constitutes a strong character.

And while you’re reading the article, make sure to check out my other articles from the past couple of weeks. I’m sure you’ll find them helpful in some way or another. In fact, check out all that Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors has to offer. It’s a wonderful site with plenty of helpful articles on everything involving writing, editing, publishing, and marketing on a budget. So if you’re a self-published author or considering self-publishing, you should definitely check out this website.

That’s all for now. I’ve got some work to do, so I’m going to get on that. Once again, have a lovely day, my Followers of Fear.

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