Friday Feature: Six Types of Character Conflicts

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6 Comments

  1. I’m a character-driven reader, Grant, and want characters that make me feel something. Relatable, realistic, and room for growth are key. Excellent infographic on conflict. The more, the better. Our poor characters have it tough. 🙂

  2. Useful stuff! I have to admit though, I don’t have the capacity to plan things beforehand, so I just go with what sounds like a conflict. But for some reason, my stories always end up as Man vs. Man (corporations, mostly, because cyberpunk). Thanks for this!

    1. I understand, Stuart. The beauty of writing: no rules, just principles! Whether pre-planned or during editing, the different character conflicts help writers engage readers.

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