There are so many elements that go into writing and completing a book. Some people think that best-selling authors have the easiest job in the world just by typing words in blank pages when in reality, there are more head-scratching, endless-pacing, and crumpled drafts involved than the actual writing process. One of the most common dilemmas of book-writing is determining the POV or point of view. It refers to the whole perspective from which a story is told, which is CRUCIAL for any fiction or nonfiction book....

Why should you care about minor characters? Aren't they just fluffy stuff to make the protagonist look good? Yeah, I guess that's one way of putting it, but no: you and I would be wrong in saying that minor characters are in the story to only add "Fluff". Actually, there shouldn’t be anything in there that doesn't do something for the story, and that’s absolutely true when it comes to secondary characters....