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Villains are Made, not Born

Game of Thrones has always been a glorious example of grippingly realistic characters. Through its current six seasons on air, it has offered us a host of very flawed, but very engaging characters. 582 more words


New screens, trailer, and release date revealed for Through the Woods

Publisher 1C today announced that they will be taking us into the terrifying forests of Through the Woods on PC in October 2016. They’ve also revealed… 372 more words


Cheer Boys Episode 1


Bandou’s family are into Judo but he was never all that good at it. Now he has injured his shoulder and finally has an excuse to quit. 181 more words


Importance of an Antagonist

​Importance of Antagonist

Think of this, what is the essence and thrill of your story without an antagonist? Do you think your story will come in reality without them? 577 more words


“Originality is independence, not rebellion; it is sincerity, not antagonism.”

–  George Henry Lewes

Quote Of The Day

Surprise! A new character

I don’t know if I’m just some special snowflake quirky piece of trash, but I find that many of the characters I enjoy writing the most just come to me in the moment. 481 more words


Characters, Themselves

“You’re doing it all wrong. Here is where you start the story.”

It took me one shocked moment to know who was yelling. It was Eleanor, an imperious old woman rapidly fading into dementia. 515 more words

On Writing