by Liam Cross
When sitting down to read a book, readers like to read into the lives of characters who they can relate to on an emotional level. It gives them a personal attachment to the fictional world and makes them more hooked on the story. Forming this sort of attachment not only helps to better engage a reader, but it also helps them to solve some of their own problems whilst reading about others who are sharing them – even if it is fictitious.
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