How to Write Young Adult Fantasy: Part 3 — Memorable Characters

“Swear to God, Perce, if I remembered, I’d tell you.” I take another swallow of sherry straight out of the decanter and set it down on the sideboard, nearly missing. It lands a little harder than I meant. “It’s a burden, you know.”

“What is?”

“Being this good-looking. Not a soul can keep their hands off me.”

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Fiction writer and editor, a.k.a. YouTuber Quotidian Writer. www.quotidianwriter.com

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