Ugh. If I’d wanted bad fanfiction, I would have gone to tumblr.
Every word you write makes a promise to your readers. Some are implicit, others explicit. Implicit promises are promises like characterization- with your depictions, you are promising your readers that this is how your characters would act. Explicit promises are promises like, oh, I don’t know, “The scar had not pained Harry for nineteen years.”
Artistic. Loner. Special.
Many main characters are ISFPs. In fact, this type is the quintessential Main Character: morally concerned, willing to take risks, and independent. But one character type for a role gets boring.
Here’s some tips on writing ISFP characters (Fi, Se, Ni, Te).
Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt is a phenomenal novel by Anne Rice. It’s a first person narrative following seven-year-old Jesus Christ as he leaves Egypt and is reestablished in Nazareth with His family.
Caregiver. Meddling. Shoves emotions onto others.
Ruled by emotions. Party animal. Hyper.
Here’s some things to consider when writing an ESFP (Se, Fi, Te, Ni).