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The Power of the Unlikeable Protagonist

One of the questions that often plagues writers is: Is my protagonist likeable enough? At some point in our writing career, we’ve no doubt been told that our protagonist should be someone readers want to spend time with–someone they’re happy to commit to hanging out with for 300+ pages; someone they will care about; someone […]
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