April Character Studies: Faults

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22 thoughts on “April Character Studies: Faults

  1. Well, there’s a council of people, but they counsel together. At least…I think so. I’ve always been a little confused about it too.

    They are. Evilly fun, though!

  2. Yes, I am. 🙂 I’m not sure how I could get the file for TDS to you, though, unless I had your email address, but we can try to find another way if you want. 🙂

  3. Ah, that’s how you spell council! I’ve been wondering. *looks around* *laughs awkwardly* Did I … say that out loud?

    And … minor characters are evil.

  4. Haha. Well, I’m sure he’ll make a great addition to the story despite his sneakiness. I have lots of characters like that, that pop in out of nowhere and I’m just like, “Brain, how did you even come up with this?” And then sometimes they fade to the back of my mind and leave a gaping plot hole and, seriously, this minor characters are a problem. I need to hold a council to make sure they don’t cause my other characters to revolt or anything crazy like that.

  5. Ooh, so he’s one of those sneaky characters who slips his way in without you noticing and makes you go “wait how did you get here? you’re not supposed to be here…but I love you anyways”?

  6. Okay, thanks! I’m actually pretty busy with school right now, but maybe I’ll look into it when the Summer is here. 🙂


  7. OOH I LOVE HIM. Seriously, though, he sounds great, and he made me giggle a little out loud with his answers. I like him a lot already and it makes me so excited to read Ivy Introspective! I definitely like him despite (and maybe even because of) his faults. He sounds great.

  8. My work email is kellynroth@gmail.com … feel free to email me there any time. 🙂 And I don’t know if you need an account on Amazon or not. I’ve never tried reviewing a book without being signed in. And I know what you mean about reading it as a real book.

  9. I appreciate that very much; however, I would probably rather reading it as a ‘real’ book. Know what I mean? 😉 I don’t even know if I could review it. Do you need an account to review something on Amazon? And, if you could give me an email address for me to email you, then we could get in touch through that. 🙂


    *coughs* Seriously though. He sounds like an awesome character! I mean like … he’s all snarky and grumpy but hilarious and awesome and amazing and I sooooo want to read this thing about him!
    Loved the interview/whatever you’d call this thing! 😉 😀

  11. I’ve been offering a free read of The Dressmaker’s Secret (on Google docs, or I can email you the pdf or epud or mobi file, though most don’t want to give out their email address) in exchange for a book review on Amazon and/or Goodreads. I don’t know how I could get it to you, though …

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