8 tips on How to Write a Believable Friendship or Best Friend Character

So glad I found this. Definitely helped me a lot with this whole novel writing thing. 🙂

Chersti Nieveen

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One of my biggest pet peeves in a book is the shallow friendships. Or how most female characters don’t have a true best friend. They prefer to go solo so they can spend most of the time with the love interest/representative hottie. But let’s face it: usually girls are social creatures and most of them have a best friend in their high schools years (and even throughout their lives).

Here are some common mistakes I see when writing in a best friend secondary character:

The protagonist has a long-term best friend and I DON’T SEE WHY THEY ARE FRIENDS. Furthermore, the protagonist often speculates on this and never comes up with a reason…

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