7 Alternative Ways to Plot Your Story
Contrasting Different From vs. Different Than

8 Tips For Creating a Great Protagonist


Constructing your story’s main character
How to create a memorable protagonist
How NOT to create a protagonist
How to make your main character likable
Create main character that readers bond with 
Hint at protagonist's intentions on opening page 
Allow main character to experience crisis of faith
Always involve main character in story ending
• BONUS: "First, find out what your hero wants, then just follow him!" – Ray Bradbury 

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