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For the sake of simplicity, I'm going to refer to characters with female pronouns. I just don't want to do the whole "he or she" thing all the way through.
1. What object does your character value that she would never willingly give up? (Story bonus points: How can you make her give it up?)
2. When she wakes up in the morning or falls asleep at night, what does she dream about? Worry about? What's always on the back of her mind?
3. What is her biggest weakness? How can she face that in the story?
4. What is her happiest childhood memory?
5. What can your character do at the end of the book that she couldn't do at the beginning?
If you'd like, post one of your answers below!
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