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What makes a good Antagonist?

I don’t know about you, but I do like writing Antagonists. This isn’t because I like the dark side, but because it feels like a safe adventure where I get to lose control, and try to find a solution to the problems the Antagonist may evoke. 248 more words

Building a cast – part one

The characters in novels tend to be the starting point from which the story evolves; beginning in some cases with just a name and trait, or an event revolving around that one protagonist, and from there the idea begins to unfurl. 367 more words

Novel Journal

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Vampires, Dicks and Scouts: 3 Heroes

Dracula, Marlowe and Scout. Oh my. A bloodsucker, an SOB and a kid. A true range of characters, that is. Proof that when it comes to heroes, anything goes. 463 more words

In the service of the hero(ine)

Ah, decisions, decisions…

What is better?

a . a very powerful finale that provides a huge hook for other stories, but requires heavy reliance on… 177 more words



Jaaaaaaaaaa richtig, heute ist schon Dienstag, aber man hat ja eine Woche Zeit, um die Montagsfrage von libromanie zu beantworten…und die lautet diese Woche wie folgt: 45 more words


Why Your Character Is Boring

Welcome to the first post of a five part series on simple (but maybe not so obvious) tips to make our stories better.  They’ll be applicable to most of us no matter what we’re writing, though some people will find that certain posts are more relevant than others.  470 more words