Holding Out for a Hero: Tips for Building a Protagonist Readers Will LOVE – by Kristen Lamb…

Humans are a story people, meaning we all share one thing in common—we LOVE a great hero. Yet, crafting a hero isn’t as simple as one might think. In fact, new writers generally serve up a ‘hero’ too soon. They fail to understand that the title—HERO—is something that must be earned.

In fact, the harder it is for our main character to attain this noble title, the more valuable it is. The greater the opposition (externally and internally), the sweeter the prize.

To be blunt? Story participation trophies are about as exciting as real-world participation trophies.

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