I pulled an April Fool’s joke on myself — I never took my first day of A to Z out of draft. Ha!
So A to Z Challenge begins now — April 2 🙂
How much attitude should a character have?
Sometimes it’s a secondary character who gets to take the most risks with extreme attitude — harsh snarky, silly nonsensical, comical, etc.
The antagonist thrives on a heavy dose especially if they rely on deplorable behavior to push the main.
Does the protagonist needs to match each level of attitude? Without it, will he/she bore the reader?
Can characters saturate a storyline with too much attitude?
Can a protagonist have more than everyone else?
Is it genre specific?