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All that glitters...

I really do love writing the antagonists. The canvas is blank and they are delightfully unpredictable. However in that unpredictability must lay a facade of control. 628 more words


WP #529

Writing Prompt #529

You’re the antagonist and you finally have the protagonist at your mercy. 787 more words


Of Ages and Birthdays

How important are your characters’ birthdays?

Is there a certain religious celebration that comes with a certain age? Perhaps your protagonist must pass a test on their birthday before they “come of age” in their society? 117 more words


Merlin - My New Obsession

I’ve found a new love and it’s the Merlin tele series.  I’m a bit slow on the uptake of some of these shows but when I fall for a show, I fall hard. 409 more words

Creative Writing


When you look up the definition of an antagonist, it’s a person who’s in opposition to a protagonist. An nemesis or enemy to a main character. 254 more words

Reblog: A Question of Quests, by Stephen Swartz #amwriting

My good friend, Stephen Swartz had an excellent blogpost on Sunday. (He usually does, but don’t tell him I said so.) Anyway, since I accidentally hit “publish” instead of “schedule,” thereby posting today’s post yesterday (DOH!) I offer for your reading pleasure: 385 more words


Reverse perspective and media bias

Most news stories related to politics and social issues are presented in a protagonist/antagonist format.

The reporter first presents the views of a group of people (the “protagonists”) affected by an issue, and then presents a group with an opposing point of view (the “antagonists”) who respond. 292 more words