Hey guys! Okay,so I'm writing a novel which I want to enter into a contest next year. The prize is a publishing contract, so naturally my story needs to be well liked by its target audience, which is 11-16 year old girls. The plotline is that Diana tries to make an un-popular girl, Molly, popular, like her. Diana also falls in love with a boy,Devin, who despises her, but sees Molly as his little sister.Naturally, Diana and Devin fall in love over the course of the story. I need tips on how to make my protagonist, Diana, likable. She is not your typical shy and plain protagonist. No, Diana imis popular and dizy. She enjoys fashion and make-up and shopping. Her flaws are that she is spoiled and childish. Her redeeming traits are that she is really a kind person underneath it all. So, how can I make the ultimate anti-villian shine in this story?