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6 Tips For Writing A Protagonist Readers Will Love | Writer’s Relief
Harry Potter. Zélie Adebola. Sherlock Holmes. Eleanor Oliphant. Winnie-the-Pooh. What do these characters, all spanning different eras and genres, have in common? They’re some of the most beloved protagonists in literature! Why are these characters so popular with...
How To Write A Short Story Or Novel With Multiple Protagonists | Writer’s Relief
Some of the most popular stories are those with ensemble casts and multiple narrators. Dune by Herbert, East of Eden by Steinbeck, Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina, and books in Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series are just a few examples. At Writer’s Relief, we know a short...
Girl Power! 5 Must-Read Books Featuring Strong Heroines
There was a time when the only characters available for young female readers to identify with were helpless princesses and “damsels-in-distress” who simply waited patiently to be rescued by the male protagonist. But nowadays, smart, strong heroines are no longer...
Main Characters: How To Kill Your Protagonist Without Killing Your Fanbase
Considering doing away with the main character of your novel or short story? These tips will help you do it the right way.
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