Today, we shall discuss a further handful of ways to create instant empathy for your protagonist, such as displacing your protagonist.
This blog post is about four reasons why boredom is good for you and your narrative, including how it gives you time to think and to assess past failures.
5 Tips for utilizing the senses in writing is a guest post by the awesome author Sara Francis as part of blog tour
Today, we have four videos on the Top 12 scenes that worked and did NOT work in Game of Thrones. What I mean by whether or not the scene worked is: it had narrative consequence; and/or
It fit into the medieval-like world of Westeros and Essos (only with dragons and White Walkers).
Today, we shall discuss how to create immediate empathy for your protagonist. Granted, there is a lot of similarity between likeability and empathy. However, this blog post focusses on characteristics and actions that will enable your audience to understand why your protagonist makes the decisions that he does, rather than make them like him as a person.
In Part II, we look at a firther four ways on how to create a likeable protagonist immediately.