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One of the best parts of being a reader is living through tons of different characters without ever leaving your seat. You might not be a princess on the run or a teen selected to fight for your district, but as long as you can find some common emotional ground with a character, you can embody thousands of different roles and perspectives. So how do authors make these wildly unusual characters so darn relatable while keeping their stories fresh and interesting? In this post, Casey Griffin, author of SECRETS OF A RELUCTANT PRINCESS, explains how to find the perfect balance to make strong, independent heroines relatable to a variety of readers.

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