HOW TO LOOK THROUGH THE PROTAGONIST’S EYES
Looking at the world through the eyes of the protagonist will help to develop a fuller story. This is a basic principle of writing.
Using the protagonist can assist with creating empathy for your themes, your premise, and for your other characters.
Think about Wilson. There is no other inanimate object as well-known and as personified as him. Who is Wilson? He’s the volleyball from Cast Away with Tom Hanks. Continue reading