A master novelist paints his story with dynamic two-dimensional characters. The characters are woven into the story like puzzle pieces. Each is important to the final picture, but standing alone they bring no significant revelation to the final image.
Two-dimensional characters are flat. They lack depth, are partially developed, and often are stereotypically inclined.
But stories need two-dimensional characters. They bring the story to life, birthing a necessary reality for the main characters, and layering a believable background. READ MORE at The Write Conversation…