It’s not just about the story.
It’s also about the character, and that requires a lot of thought.
The best characters have their own personalities, their own motivations, their very own unique way of interacting with the reader.
When you write the best characters, it’s a question of, how do you make them interesting?
What makes them relatable?
And then you have to be creative about how you present that.
This is a tricky question, and I’ve been guilty of it.
I’ve tried to write characters that aren’t as likable as I think I am, characters who are not interesting, characters whose actions aren’t interesting, because it’s all about the author.
But if you’re trying to do something new, you can try to write them differently.
One of the things I like about the characters in the first book is that they’re not very well developed.
They’re not developed as much as I’d like to.
So I wrote them in a way that they didn’t have the depth of characterization that I think is so important.
But then there are a couple of characters, which I don’t like.
The two main ones are Elayne and Nynaeve, who are very much a two-dimensional character, who have very little character.
They just sort of pop up and get in the way.
And then there’s one character I really love that I just think is a character flaw.
The second character I love is Nyna.
Nynana is very much an observer.
She has a great understanding of Nynadara’s emotions, her feelings, and she does that for her own benefit.
I wrote her in a similar way.
Nysa, meanwhile, is the most interesting character in the book.
She’s very much the outsider, but also very much has her own motivations.
She just doesn’t understand what’s going on around her.
And she doesn’t really care what happens to Nynalae or what Nynady is doing in the world.
I love Nys and I think she’s a fantastic character.
But the problem with Nynya is that I didn’t write her as much because I don, like, think she’d be interesting.
And the other thing is that Elayne is, well, not as interesting.
She doesn’t have that much depth.
And so that’s a problem.
But what is a problem, really, is when you write characters who have more depth than the rest of the world, and they have motivations that don’t quite match the rest, because you don’t understand why.
So Nyn, for instance, has motivations that are totally understandable, but she doesn, like I said, don’t really have any depth.
It just sort-of shows up and then you’re just like, well I’m not sure why.
And there’s another character who’s a lot more interesting than Elayne, who I think really is a great character.
So, you know, you have characters who you want to write who aren’t going to be good characters, but that doesn’t mean you can’t try to find some sort of way of creating them.
The one character that I really liked was Gavilar.
He’s a very interesting character.
He is the only character who really has that depth.
I think he’s got some pretty unique motivations and also very interesting emotions.
He really does care about Nynah, Nynia, and Elayne.
But he’s not a particularly likable character.
You know, he’s kind of an interesting character because he’s so clearly human, and you have some very interesting motivations.
And he’s the only one who really doesn’t, you see, have a whole lot of depth.
So that’s something I would try to create in the story, and then there is another character, also named Gav, who is a really interesting character, because I wanted him to be the main character of the book and he’s very good at it.
So there are other characters who don’t necessarily have a lot to say, but I really want to do it in a kind of fun way.
I want to make them likable, but it’s going to take me a lot longer to write the rest.
And this is a tough question.
What do you do?
Do you just write a character who doesn’t fit?
Or do you create a character that fits?
Or are you like, let’s try to make the characters as interesting as possible and make them relable?
I would say I’m more interested in the latter.
And I think there are some interesting, interesting characters that I haven’t written yet, but you know what?
If I had to choose one, I’d probably go with Gav.
Because I like Gav a lot.
He just, like Nynaiya, I think has a really important point of view.
And that’s one of the reasons why I like Nys, because she’s so, like