Category Archives: protagonists

THINK ABOUT CREATING CHARACTERS

There are two main characters in any story or book. They are the Protagonist and the Antagonist. The protagonist drives the story. This is the main character, the one who has the most to gain and lose. That’s a simplification, … Continue reading

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CREATING CHARACTERS FOR TODAY

Wow, that sounds like I might know a whole lot about this subject, doesn’t it? Well, I didn’t, mostly ’cause I’m really not a today character myself. So, it’s important that I figure out how to create people who can … Continue reading

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