Hey, WF! So I'm writing a story which is based around war, and the rights and wrongs in it, as well as a strong plot twist. But what it's about, doesn't matter. Because of the emotion I want readers to get out of it, I've decided to write it in a present first person style, for example, "I'm walking to the fridge." Obviously, it's a bit more exciting than that. Anyway, I've just realised, that I haven't mentioned the main character's name yet, and I'm thinking, should I perhaps keep it this way? On one hand, it might allow readers to put themselves in his shoes, but on the other, they might feel it's less personal, and therefore wont relate to him as much. Thoughts?