By: Kami M. McArthur
When you’re writing a tale, it almost always turns out better if you get deep into the head of your protagonist and tell the story from that person’s point of view. This is especially true if you have multiple protagonists, because it means that you will need to characterize those people by showing just how differently they relate to the world.
But doing that is a trick.
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- David Farland’s Daily Kick in the Pants—Tightening Your Focus http://ow.ly/lCANy Get deep into the head of your protagonist
- Balls of Steel: Finding Character Motivation, Conflict and Compassion http://ow.ly/lCAIl
- WordPress Questions and Answers http://ow.ly/lCAPD via @JamiGold
- Writing to the Rule of Three http://ow.ly/lCAR4 via @Lindasclare
- 3 Ways To Create An Antihero Your Readers Identify With http://ow.ly/lCB8F via @woodwardkaren
- Structure vs. Creativity in Writing http://ow.ly/lCBai
- Authors: Do You Solicit Reviews? And If So, How? http://ow.ly/lCBbZ
- The Flipside of Hero Empathy http://ow.ly/lCBdE via @storyfix
- Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts PLUS link to FREE Kindle Romance http://ow.ly/lCBLP
- Jumping in Time in Writing a Novel, Memoir, Screenplay http://ow.ly/lCDLT
- 5 Truths I Wish I Knew When I Began Writing http://ow.ly/lCDPk
- 5 Simple Steps On Creating Suspense in Fiction http://ow.ly/lCDTw
- Flock To Unlock Twitter Technique for Authors http://ow.ly/lCDX0 @Galleycat
- 6 Tips on Reading to Train the Writer's Eye http://ow.ly/lCE1B
- Skip the Boring by Mindee Arnett http://ow.ly/lCE53 Try to leave out the part that readers tend to skip.
- What Makes a Reader Pick Up a Book By a Debut Author? http://ow.ly/lCEau via @JodyHedlund
- Killing the Sacred Cows of Publishing: Writing Fast http://ow.ly/lCEf6 via Dean Wesley Smith
- Tips for readers and authors on effective reviews http://ow.ly/lCEqI
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