Today, I discuss the benefits of using types when you need to fill a minor character’s role. Those characters who don’t need much development, because they don’t garner much ink on the page, beg the question, how do I make them colorful, fun, or interesting when the reader is only going to glimpse them? The answer is easy: use a type. Not a stereotype, but a type.

Find out one of my types at the end of this Flash Tip.

What are some of your types?


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