Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 48: No Conflict Between Characters – Helping Writers Become Authors

Here is some great information on how to add CONFLICT into your writing! ❤

Are your characters happy? They shouldn’t be! Learn to tackle this common writing mistake caused by lack of interpersonal conflict.

Source: Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 48: No Conflict Between Characters – Helping Writers Become Authors

7 thoughts on “Most Common Writing Mistakes, Pt. 48: No Conflict Between Characters – Helping Writers Become Authors

  1. Great tip and I absolutely agree. Happy is boring but I can’t bring myself to do anything really awful to my characters. Why is it that most of the romances I’ve read lately have a backstory of abuse? That’s how the authors choose to add depth? Count me out. An argument, a misunderstand; that I can do. I hope it’s enough 🙂

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    1. I think it all comes with the character starting at one point and moving forward to a better place than they were before. That shows a strength of character and gives the interest you need. If they are all good, what is the lesson or what are you trying to achieve with the telling of your story? If you can figure that out I think you are in the right place. This is only my opinion… ❤

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  2. LOL! Rightly so! I think if you think of the conflict as game changing moments in your story that really helps. There needs to be three of them to move the story along so the conflict can be resolved.

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