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So you have made a short film. Congratulations are really in order!!! Because you did it… you overcame tough odds to get your idea on film or video. However, now comes the really hard part. Because, if you are the creator: by this I mean, you wrote it,...

Villain(ess) - 39 Motivations. To write the next Great American novel, you need a great villain. But villains are tricky. What motivates a person to be so evil? Why should I believe in your villain? Click through to get more on each motivation and learn to create an enduring villain(ess) like Cruella de Ville or Darth Vader. http://www.darcypattison.com/revision/villain-motivations/

Villain(ess) - 39 Motivations. To write the next Great American novel, you need a great villain. But villains are tricky. What motivates a person to be so evil? Why should I believe in your villain? Click through to get more on each motivation and learn to create an enduring villain(ess) like Cruella de Ville or Darth Vader. http://www.darcypattison.com/revision/villain-motivations/

Ready to blow your readers away? Learn how to create an incredibly dynamic story that will leave your readers feeling breathless with this #1 key breakdown from Kristen Kieffer of Well-Storied.com.

Ready to blow your readers away? Learn how to create an incredibly dynamic story that will leave your readers feeling breathless with this #1 key breakdown from Kristen Kieffer of Well-Storied.com.

If you’re writing fiction, at some point, you’ll probably want to describe the people populating your story. (This isn’t absolutely essential, mind. I’ve just written a short story that consists entirely of dialogue – no dialogue tags, no action beats, nothing – and neither of the characters is described at all.) When it comes to […]

If you’re writing fiction, at some point, you’ll probably want to describe the people populating your story. (This isn’t absolutely essential, mind. I’ve just written a short story that consists entirely of dialogue – no dialogue tags, no action beats, nothing – and neither of the characters is described at all.) When it comes to […]

So how can you hide the baddies in your story for a deliciously wicked twist? You need to subvert your reader’s expectations...

So how can you hide the baddies in your story for a deliciously wicked twist? You need to subvert your reader’s expectations...