Most people think their hero is the most important character in their book. I argue it’s the villain. After all, the villain is – for the most part – the source of conflict in your story. And without conflict you don’t have a story. Conflict is your hero’s catalyst for change, which means it’s quite literally the holy grail of story telling.
So your villain is important. But surely your heroes are too?
Yes. Yes, they are.
Your hero is the lens through which your reader experiences your story. Without your hero there is no narrator, no filter for which the story can be told. It would be like going to the movies and wearing headphones and a blindfold.
That’s why I wrote 10 Steps To Hero: How To Craft A Kickass Protagonist.
And guess what?
It’s out today.
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