by Dorothy Rosby
I admire people who write novels. When I try writing fiction myself, I get so attached to my main character that I can’t bear to have anything bad happen to her. And if nothing bad happens to your main character, you don’t have much of a story. “Our smart, strong and beautiful heroine woke up refreshed and had another really great day. As usual, she made only wise decisions, and no one bothered her all day.” My protagonist would be gloriously happy and very nearly perfect, but no one would want to . . .
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