Posted on 07/31/2021 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

The distinction between dynamic and static characters is fairly straightforward — the former changes as the story progresses, while the latter doesn’t. 

Writing a compelling dynamic character, one whose evolution furthers the plot and makes sense to the reader, is, of course, a little more challenging.

Dave Chesson covers the basics of dynamic characters — what they are and aren’t, plus well-known examples — in addition to sharing an eight-step strategy to create a dynamic character on his Kindlepreneur blog.

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