Meet the most important character in any book – the narrator

July 8th, 2011 by Zirk van den Berg § 0 comments § permalink

The most important character in any book is the one who tells the story. It is the first character an author must create. If the narrator isn’t interesting, I’m not interested.

Half the fun I have when reading comes from the tone and implied worldview of the narrator. The more distinctive it is, the better » Read the rest of this entry «

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