Whenever a story is stuck, that means the characters aren’t compelling enough and that is when you need to go back to the drawing board, according to Collins Ghostwriting. So, you need to make sure that your characters are providing human elements to your story, such as flawed decisions. So, an expert at Collins Ghostwriting suggests that the best way to do that is by making three-dimensional characters. This will help you write compelling characters who seamlessly drive your story forward and help you stand out as a viable option. Did you find this useful?
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