Characteristics I Love in Characters

Hey everyone!!

I feel like the title is pretty self-explanatory but I love characters and I love talking about them so this post is perfect. Characters are a massive factor in whether I will enjoy a book and obviously I have my favourite characters so I thought I would talk about particular traits I love in them.

Note: I don’t necessarily like everyone who has these characteristics but generally I do. I’ve put examples of characters to demonstrate my point (or at least try.) The characters listed are also more than the one trait I have listed, obviously. 

OTHER IMPORTANT NOTE: some of these traits I like because of the interesting characters they create, not that I think they are good, healthy traits to have. Whilst others are traits that I think make a good character that I would like in real life as an actual person.

I have included artwork but I shared the art from their source and if you click on them it will take you to it. I own none of this artwork and all rights go to the creators which are stated on each and every piece. The characters obviously belong to their respective authors too.



Eyeroll. Eyeroll. Eyeroll. Then I’m in love. I call this the ‘stitch complex’ but basically, they are only in the situation because they need something/have to be and they are basically fed up with everything. They are annoyed and let everyone know it. Often they are in hard situations so it is kind of understandable why they are like this. They are also willing to point out why everything is doomed and require others to act their best. Also, they can be slightly afraid of other emotions for whatever reason. They aren’t a necessarily positive influence but I find them funny, complex and on occasion relatable.

Example: Helene Aquilla from An Ember in Ashes by Sabaa Tahir



You know those character who notice everything and pick up on small details about settings and characters. Well? I love them and all their sneaky ways. Not only can their perspective provide interesting insight into other characters, it also adds layers to the story. And they are so effortlessly smart in a non-showy way so I love them.

Example: Adam from The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater



These characters can be pure comedic gold. They can be awkward, sweet and funny because they don’t care about social norms. Now, I’m honestly thinking of Castiel who is an Angel from Supernatural. This is a rare quality but it does exist. People often don’t know want to be different so when someone doesn’t care about these restrictions it can open up a lot of possibilities and freedom.

Example: David from Shadow and Bone by Leigh Bardugo



Pain we know it. We fear it and sometimes welcome it. We are all familiar with it in a way so characters who can reflect and talk about it can be a big hit. I think when they talk about it poetically and deeply, they really become easy to connect to. It makes you feel for them so much and I think they are very special characters (who need a hug).

Example: Benjamin Alire Sáenz’s writing for Zach (Last Night I Sang To The Monster) and Aristotle (Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets To The Universe)



Outcasts are the characters who stick to themselves. I feel like the best thing about these characters are how they are relatable. I feel like most people can relate to not fitting in or feeling left out in some way. The feelings of these characters can be so comforting. Loneliness is a lonely emotion so outcasts really remind you that you aren’t alone. Plus these characters usually find someone in their stories and that will forever be one of the most beautiful things.

Example: Darius from Darius the Great Is Not Okay by Adib Khorram



Honesty is one of those quality which just equates to respect. They can be an arsehole but if they acknowledge that fact then I have a tiny bit of respect for them. It is so refreshing to see and it can be showed in the forms of many different characters. But I admire these characters and they become a character’s whose advice you can trust.

Example: Luna from Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling



I love characters who are so calm and chill. They make you feel okay and, dare I say, it is such a power move. You can always rely on them and they make situations better just by their calmness. I also love it when these calm characters suddenly lose control… it is amazing and you know things have gone wrong in these moments!!

Example: Frey from The Boneless Mercies by April Genevieve Tucholke



People say that it is a British thing to never talk about emotions and basically avoid their feelings but it feels like a human thing if I’m honest. Anyway, I like these characters who have convinced themselves they don’t care but then they do. It is basically repressing your emotions and it’s very unhealthy but it’s relatable. I think it creates an interesting relationship dynamic as well. These characters are best when they realise their errors and become emotionally mature and healthy in the end.

Example: Nasir from We Hunt The Flame by Hafsah Faizal



Wait, I said I liked honest characters and now I’m saying I like liars?!?! Well I’m a complicated person. But liars have to think on their feet and be smarter than everyone else around them. Being a liar naturally puts characters in precarious situations, so I’m basically addicted to the drama. I think liars are often morally grey character so I love to explore their character throughout the book and see where they end up. (Not a quality to be admired though)

Example: Locke from The Lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch



I love looking at the effects of media on people and being famous naturally is an exaggerated example of this. I think it is so interesting how a wide scale audience of people far away can affect people’s action and opinion of themselves. You can also see the way media misses things out and changes things. The media often has a distorted image and someone being famous really highlights this. I think it is very relevant and very interesting.

RELATED: Lais @ The Bookish Skies did a very interesting piece on ‘The Broken Musician’ which was wonderful and well worth a read.

Example: Evelyn from The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid



In this grey, grey world, the thing that you need is an eternal optimist to brighten your day. They are so magical and sweet, you can’t help but fall in love. And their positive thinking can be so inspiring for the story and to the reader. We honestly need them.

Example: Cress from The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer



I’m a nerd and I love it. We are passionate people who don’t want to hide it but sometimes I can be nervous about showing a passion because ‘what about judgement?’ So nerdy characters really showcase how awesome it is to share and pursue your interests. This is the kind of representation I love so naturally, I love them. Also, kind of similar but not exclusive to each other, are smart and creative characters. These are great because I love how their mind works and seeing what they will come up with next.

Example: Darlington from Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo



I actually feel like kindness is one of the most underappreciated traits, but it is one of the best. I always go on about how much I love humour, but kindness might be better because the effects of it are boundless. I want to hug kind characters and never let them go because no one should hurt them. I particularly think they are special when they have gone through so much but still remain kind. That is a special kind of strength.

Example: Frances and Aled from Radio Silence by Alice Oseman



I know this can include many different factors but basically if you are sarcastic and make me laugh, I love you. If you are silly and make me laugh, I love you. If you are clumsy and make me laugh, I love you. If you are witty and make me laugh, I love you. If I find you funny in any way, guess what, I love you.

Example: Thorne from The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer


The end. I hope you enjoyed that and now I want to know…..

What characteristics do you like? Who are you favourite characters?

Have you got any recommendations based off the characters I like?


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48 thoughts on “Characteristics I Love in Characters

  1. Oh, I love this post!! It was so great to see what characteristics you like in characters with some great examples 🥰 I also love characters who are funny and snarky, as well as characters that pretend to not care when they actually do (like Aeduan from Truthwitch)! But I also love kind, soft characters like Adrian from Renegades, he’s such a Hufflepuff 💛

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    1. Yay!! That makes me so happy!! I loved sharing my favourite characters as well!!
      Yep funny and snarky characters are amazing and that just make scenes better by their comments a lot of the time!!
      I know characters who pretend they don’t care but do are always interesting to me, I think it is the angst side of it!! Soft characters will forever be amazing!! (I need to read both of those books) ❤

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  2. I love all the fanart you shared!! Art like that makes me wish I could draw, lol. And I pretty much agree with all your favorite characteristics. I really like lying characters too, they can be so fun to read (a little less fun to write, because sometimes I feel like I need a spreadsheet to keep track of everything in their plans XD)

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    1. The artists are crazy talented and it definitely makes me wish I could draw like that as well. We can dream!!
      Yay I’m glad we have similar characteristics that we love!!
      Yesss lying characters can be so fun and I need more in my life tbh!! Yeah writing about them would be hard as spreadsheets would be needed. It is the same when I create smart characters, I have no idea how to make them smart when I’m so dumb!! haha!

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  3. I love this post!! It’s so creative and fun to read! I agree with all of your picks ❤ especially the 'poetic with my pain' (EMOOO) and 'honest' (LUNALUNALUNA) because YES. I'd also add I love sarcastic little sh*ts!! Like Percy Jackson from the Riordanverse and this is kinda cheating because it's not a book (TV show), but Sokka from Avatar: The Last Airbender. Another characteristic I love is the badass female characters! 😉 They're SO many of those in Throne of Glass lol but especially Aelin, Manon as the classic badass and in their own way, Yrene, Elide, and Lysandra. (love these galssss) !!
    And finally, you know I love me some good angst!! 😂 So any angsty characters,, especially villains-who-joined-the-good-guys like Zuko from Avatar again (BTW IF YOU HAVEN'T WATCHED IT, YOU 200% NEED TO IT'S THE BEST SHOW EVER AND SJSJSJSJ) because he had the BEST redemption arc in the history of writing! (imo but also a tonnn of ppl agree)
    Anywaysss, thanks for reading my rambly comment!! I'm sorry for being so MIA recently, I haven't posted anything in AGES and I haven't blog-hopped in forEVER. I loved reading this post, though!! Love youuu ❤

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    1. Yay that makes me so happy!! Thank YOUUUU!! I’m glad you agree !! I do love characters which talk about their pain, it’s a mood and honesty is the best policy (luna is amazing)!!
      Sarcastic characters are hilarious and I love them a lot as well!! (I still need to read Percy Jackson but I can’t wait for the sarcastic galore)!!
      Yes badass female characters are amazing and I do love to see them– I liked that Throne of Glass had so many different females being badass in their own way because Elide was seriously hard-core and I loved Yrene, she was amazing!! And then I loved the fierceness of Manon as well!!

      Yes angst is amazing so I agree with you there. I’m heard rumours of the legend of the Avatar show for many reasons but for the redemption arc. I 100% need to watch this show. I just need to find out where I can get it. I’m excited and I’m so glad you love the show, Zuko and Sukko both sound amazing!!

      Aw.. no, thank YOU for commenting, I loved reading it!! It’s honestly fine. You don’t need to be sorry. Obviously I miss your posts and you but I understand as blogging can take up a lot of time! Thank you for reading, love you too ❤

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      1. Of course! No problem <3. Yes, it is literally a mOOD. And I agree- Luna's a legend. *eternal heart eyes*
        Yess for sarcasm! (OMG I KNOW IT'S A BACKLIST MIDDLE GRADE BOOK BUT YOU *need* TO READ IT) (i've said this way too many times to my blogging friends whoops!! 😂) (but likeee, do it for me *puppy eyes*) (IT'S WORTH IT I PROMISE)
        Love them! Yeah, ToG had a really diverse type of badass lol. Elide was GOALZ and Yrene was so sweet but a force to be reckoned with!! Manon had a great character arc, too.
        Ohmigosh, YES. If you don't do anything else that I recommend at all, I just want you to read the Rick Riordan books and watch Avatar lmao. THEY'RE AMAZING WTF HOW IS THE QUALITY THIS GOOD. Oh, watch it on! There's a bunch of annoying ads but it's worth it 😉
        Ah, of course! THANKU. *ugh thank youu*

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        1. ❤ ❤ ❤
          Yep!! YESSS *starts Luna fan club*
          I definitely want to, I have so many reasons to especially as I know you love it so I need to get up and get those books!! (that's what blogging friends are worth, to shout at them until their read your favourites, haha) I WILLLLL!!!!!!

          We love those females!!! ❤ ❤

          AHH…. I'm so excited and thank you for the website!! I will get to that asap!! *writes down note to remind myself* thank you, thank you!!
          ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Thank you so much!!! ❤ Yes I thought it was fun to point out the different traits I enjoy reading about. But I agree characters that you get to know really well across the book are amazing and you feel like you know them and can bond with them easily. You need to see the good and bad, it makes them more real as well!!

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  4. Oh my goodness, when you described the people-watcher character trait I was just thinking of Adam, and then I saw you used him for the example! XD And I totally agree, honest characters have a sort of special magic to them! (Luna is so amazing ughhh) Yesss, optimistic characters like Cress are the best! (And don’t even get me started on how much I love Thorne *heart eyes*… basically I guess I love sarcastic, snarky characters, haha)

    I love the amount of effort you put into your posts, it clearly shows!! This post was amazing ❤ xx

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    1. Haha yes Adam is the best people watcher and probably is the king of this trait!! That’s amazing though, great minds think alike!! haha!!
      Honest characters are amazing, they are just someone you can rely on and so great!! Luna is the best, I miss her!!
      We love optimistic characters!! They make everything better!! and yessssss Thorne is awesome and so lovable!! Sarcastic, snarky characters really are wonderful though so I agree!! haha!!

      Aw… thank you so much Ash, that means a lot and it is soo sweet!! Thank you, thank you !! ❤

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    1. Yay to having similar traits we love!! *high five*
      Nerds are the best and I instantly connect to them!! haha!
      Yes characters who are done with everyone can be funny and sarcastic characters make every scene better let’s be honest!! haha!!


  5. OMGGG you literally included every single type of character a girl could love!! yes yes to liar characters as well as the honest characters (I love them both too so I understand) (also isn’t there something so great about a character who’s like ya Im an asshole but at least I’m honest and upfront about me being an asshole lol) I am also trash for any type of character who is an outsider or emotionally carries around their pain… like yess give me all the feels and ALL. THE. PAIN.

    Fabulous fabulous post love 🙂 🙂

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    1. Yes I do try, haha!! But I love all these traits a lot!!
      I’m glad someone can understand loving honest characters and liars! I know it is strange how if someone is honest about being an asshole they are more likeable, the power of honesty you see!! haha!!
      Yes the outsiders and characters with a lot of pain do reach into my heart and I connect to them because of it so I love those stories A LOT!!

      Thank you so much ❤ and thank you for commenting!!

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  6. I totally agree with all of these (and all the art you added was so cool!)
    I didn’t even realise I liked lying characters until you mentioned Locke, it’s like you read my mind before I even had the thought! (Are psychic telepaths a thing?)
    – Emma 🙂

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    1. Yay *high five* I’m glad we have similar traits we love!! The art is beautiful, the artists are so talented!! *heart eyes*
      Haha lying characters can be so interesting !! And Locke is the best for that trait and yes I’m 100% a psychic telepath, beware!! 😉

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  7. This post is so good! Perhaps I loved reading it so much because we enjoy a lot of the same character types. The “I don’t care.. .oh wait, I do” is one of my favourites in particular, and I agree that it’s the best when the character does realise and grow from that.
    Helene from An Ember in the Ashes and Luna Lovegood are a couple of my favourite characters that you mentioned! And for kind characters, Lazlo Strange from Strange the Dreamer fits that perfectly and he is one of my favourite characters ever 🙂
    Love all the detail and thought you put into this post ❤

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    1. Thank you so much!! ❤ I'm so glad you enjoyed it AND that we have so many traits in common!!
      Yes characters who are afraid of emotions and distance themselves from everyone but learn that this isn't what they want and grow to become happier and everything. Ahh.. it's a beautiful journey that I love to see!!
      Yes I love Helene (I'm scared for ember 4 though) and Luna so much!!
      Ah.. I need to read Strange the Dreamer but hearing that there is a kind character makes me want to read it even more!!
      Thank you so much and thank you for reading and commenting!! ❤

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  8. LOVE these character traits! Haha I agree that many of these are probably not…the healthiest characteristics for real life people. But they’re still fun to read about in fictional characters!

    Adam is such a perfect example of a “people watcher” – I hadn’t realized how much I enjoy this character trait until you pointed it out. And the “poetic about my pain” is always so beautiful and heartbreaking. I also ADORE the “I don’t care…wait I do” characteristic, especially that moment when the character has to face the fact that they DO care. Always so satisfying!! And I’m always weirdly fascinated by famous characters and the disconnect between how they’re perceived by others and how they actually are (Evelyn Hugo being one of my favorite examples). Kind characters truly are underrated and I always want to see more of them ❤

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    1. Yay thank you!! haha yep some are quite unhealthy but in books it can be interesting and actually helpful to read about!!

      yes he is an amazing at people watching. It was only in my reread that I realised how much I loved this trait and now I need more characters like this!!
      Yes characters who talk about their pain so deeply pull on my heart and are written so beautifully!!
      Yes those characters always go on such an interesting journey and I love it when they face the fact they start to care too. It is satisfying, that’s the perfect way to describe it!!
      Famous characters are SO interesting to read about because we don’t ever see that side of actual famous people, we can only imagine it so seeing it in depth is something I love!!
      Yes kind characters for the win every time!! ❤


  9. I loved reading this post so much, Sophie! Like all of your other posts, the effort you put into it is so clear!
    Actually, I feel like characters are one of the most important parts of a story. It seems like almost everyone says that even if a book is trashy with horrible plot, writing, etc., they will still absolutely love it if they care about the characters. this is especially true for The Foxhole Court, because everyone says that it’s not good quality, but they love it anyway because of the characters 😅😅
    im sad to say that I actually don’t like a lot of book characters. It takes a lot for me to absolutely fall in love with one, but I think my favorite character of all time is Kaz Brekker. I’m super unoriginal because he’s just! So! Cool! I feel like that’s all it takes to make me fall for a character—if they’re super cool because I like admiring characters 😂😂

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    1. Thank you so much!! 💛 That means so much, you have no idea! Thank you for saying that!!

      Yes I definitely agree that characters are so important in a book and such a big for me. I could definitely go through bad writing with good characters. The Foxhole Court is a great example, I still can’t believe I actually rated the first book 5 stars. I have made some ambitious, chaotic past life choices, haha!! The characters are definitely the stronger point of that series!!

      Aww.. at least it makes the one that you do fall in love with extra special!! Kaz is a really interesting character and yes he is cool and has a whole ambience around him so I definitely get the allure around him!! Cool characters are amazing and I definitely like to admire them haha!!

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  10. Oh my god, I’m SO LATE on this post, but this is basically my favorite post EVER!? I love that you included character art for each of your picks, and omg, the picks are wonderful! I agree 1000% with famous character (yes, Evelyn!!), funny (Thorne is the best, need to reread TLC) and the outcast (Darius was SO PRECIOUS, my god).

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    1. Ahh… Thank you so much!! 💕💕 that means a lot *blushes*
      The character art is amazing, the artists are so talented 😍
      Yay I’m glad you agree with my picks 😊 famous characters are so interesting and Evelyn is at the top of that list!!
      Thorne is amazing and I can definitely understand the need to reread TLC!!
      I love outcast characters and yessss Darius was so precious!! 😍


  11. OH MY GOD THE ART, that Darius art, I’m so in love😍 I love your picks so much! I also love characters like Adam, people watchers, the ones picking on the little details and bringing so much dimension to a story and its characters, too, I love that so much. And of course, Darius, I’m so soft for him aaaaaaaaaaaah. ❤ ❤

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    1. The art is incredible, there are so many talented artists out there!! *heart eyes forever*
      Yay I’m glad you liked these picks!!
      Yes people watchers can bring so much into the story and I love the way they see the world!! I wish I had more ‘people watcher’ characters!!
      Ahh… Darius really is wonderful!! ❤ ❤

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  12. i love this idea of a post! i love thinking about similar traits that can be either found on the characters i read and love or the characters i write (or think about writing, lol).
    i was impressed by the “exasperated” character. i’d never noticed that as a trait, but after you explained, i could actually think of more than a few examples of this (baz from carry on, i think? and also bellamy from the 100, during s1 at least) and i think i’m more fond of this trait than i expected!
    i relate a lot to the “people watcher”. one of my favorite things is people watching and i wish i had more times and opportunities to do this on a regular basis! i love doing it especially when i’m traveling; i think observing the people says a lot more about a place than just looking around!
    when it comes to the “outcast” character, i always struggle with it a little bit. on one hand, i have some characters who fit this trope whom i love, including darius of course, and also jonathan from stranger things. but at the same time, i feel like more often than not this trope becomes a code for “special snowflake, who’s not like “other girls” and i haaaate that a lot. i think this character has to be written really well, otherwise it doesn’t work at all for me.
    the honest trait is also really admirable, especially when combined with the “oblivious to society” one. i think that’s why i love the movie the space between us so much! the main character, gardner, hasn’t really interacted with many people his age before, so he’s very awkward, but also very honest, because he doesn’t understand the idea of “putting a front” or “playing games” or something, hahah.
    thank you soooo much for the shoutout for my post, btw! loved reading this one!

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    1. Yay thank you so much Lais!! ❤ I love thinking and talking about characters too, and yep I definitely do more thinking about writing than writing!! haha!!
      It was a hard trait to name as it was more than the one word but I'm glad you got my point and I'm glad you like this trait as well, yess Baz would fit in there I think, especially how he acts but that fits him pretty well. And yess S1 Bellamy for sure!!
      I do love people watching so much too and it would be fun to be able to do it more!! When travelling it is always interesting as the people do tell you a lot and that is why I love it in books!!
      Actually that is a really good point about the outcast character because I do hate the special snowflake as well and 'not like other girls' is one of the worse phrases ever!! I definitely agree that it needs to be well written and captures the lonely feelings and more around these characters!!
      I love honest characters and honest people in real life!! And it definitely goes well with the oblivious to society one. Ohh.. I will have to check out that movie ASAP them because I love awkward and honest characters so much!! Thank you for that!!
      Of course, I think you captured that characteristic so well and I had to include it!! Thank you so much for reading and commenting! ❤

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  13. Ooh I loved learning about your favourite character traits and seeing all of the incredible artwork that you included!! They’re all incredible. I want to list favourites but it would basically be all of them 😂

    I completely agree that characters who are honest are interesting but liars are too for different reasons. You never know what to expect with liars so they’re exciting but honest people can be so lovely. Although not necessarily always as sometimes it comes across rather blunt and rude 😂

    Yes!!! Give me all the famous characters. Fame is incredibly interesting to read about. And funny character are just incredible. Plus they can be humourous in so many different ways.

    Aww yes optimists can be the best. Sometimes in books when everything goes wrong you need somebody around to see the bright side. And keep the spark of hope alive, otherwise how would the other characters keep going?

    People watchers and outcasts are fantastic too. You get so many observations from them and again they can work in so many different ways. And an outcast generally gives you someone to root for too. Although not always I guess.

    Other traits that I love are sarcastic/snarky characters. They can be hilarious. Ooh and confident individuals. Also charming people – whether they’re genuinely nice and charming or manipulative (which is definitely another interesting type of character to read about) something about charming characters makes them hard to resist. I love strong, fierce female characters who don’t let anything get in their way too though. I think some of them are probably my all time favourites.

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    1. Yay I’m glad and I know the art is all so stunning. All the artists are incredibly talented 😍😍 I know I would have a trouble picking a favourite too!!

      Yes honest and liars are interesting in different ways but I love them both. Liars really add something to plot and they are usually really clever. Honest can be lovely like you said or blunt. I love them both but again in different ways 😂

      Fame is soooo interesting. I love it !! Funny characters are so easy to fall in love with, I like anyone who can make me laugh. And there are a lot of different ways to be funny !!

      Optimists are so perfect especially in a dark book or one with a lot of pain/mistakes. They balance it out and keep everything going I agree !!

      Yesss all the things they see really add to the books and there are a lot of things you can do with the characters. Most the time outcasts are someone you can get behind !! 😍

      Sarcasm is always the best. Confident and charming characters are charismatic, I definitely love them !! (It can be good or bad but both interesting I agree)
      They are really powerful characters and I do love them !! 😍 definitely, when I hear a book has these I’m so excited to pick it up !!

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      1. They are 😍😍 it must be amazing to have a talent like that.

        Yeah they can definitely make for a very unpredictable plot!! But all of them can be interesting in a variety of ways.

        Have you read many books about it? And yes they can be funny in so many different ways which is incredible. I will admit that I personally find funny characters hard to write though 😂

        And they give you a bit of relief from the darkness at times too.

        Yeah they generally are which is wonderful 😍

        Sarcasm is another that I think is hard to write 😅 I do so love it though.
        Yes me too!! They’re such good selling points.

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        1. I know !! I’m glad they decide to share it with us !!
          Yessss I just love them !! So interesting !!
          The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, I Was Born For This and Daisy Jones are the main ones I’ve read which I all enjoyed !! Have you???
          They are hard to write and something they can come of as cheesy which few people find funny so that never works ahah !!
          yess exactly !
          Sarcasm can be hard but worth it in the end !!

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          1. Yes me too.
            Ooh they’re all on my TBR. I loved Guitar Girl when I was younger but my mind’s gone blank for others now. I do have Follow Me Back on my Kindle to read though which sounds pretty interesting.
            Yeah I agree. And I’d just panic about it coming off that way 😂
            And yeah I agree, gotta love sarcasm 😅

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