Fiction University: 10 Traits of a Strong Antagonist

Fiction University: There is No Bad Guy: What to do When Your Antagonist Isn't a Villain 10 Traits of a Strong Antagonist By Janice Hardy

The Two Keys to Writing a Menacing Antagonist

The Two Keys to Writing a Menacing Antagonist

Awesome advice-->Tips for writing three-dimensional, faceted antagonists

Why Your Antagonist Needs a Mushy Moment

When it comes to writing our antagonist, we face a dichotomy: we want them to be bad, but we also want them to be three-dimensional, faceted human beings.

The Impact Character: Why Every Character Arc Needs One - Helping Writers Become Authors

The Impact Character: Why Every Character Arc Needs One

If the antagonist represents the story's outer conflict, then the impact character represents the inner conflict. The Impact Character: Why Every Character Arc Needs One - Helping Writers Become Authors

Sometimes your story is going to require not just one, but multiple antagonists. When that happens, how do you juggle them all? Here are three ways.

How to Write Multiple Antagonists (What I Learned Writing Storming

How to Write Multiple Antagonists (What I Learned Writing Storming) - Helping Writers Become Authors

How to Create Character Motivations That Will Rivet Your Readers | She's Novel

How to Find Your Character's Motivation

Never, NEVER settle for "oh-him-again" characters. Dig deep to round out the personality.

The 5 Absolute Dimensions of Character Personality

4 Essential Principles for Creating the Ultimate Antagonist

4 Essential Principles For Creating The Ultimate Antagonist

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Giving your characters unlikable traits can add spice to a story, but with that comes risk. Will your readers love them or hate them? Linda Sienkiewicz reveals how to do it right. | Writerology.net

The Balancing Act: Writing Unlikable Characters

Giving your characters unlikable traits can add spice to a story, but with that comes risk. Will your readers love them or hate them? Linda Sienkiewicz reveals how to do it right. | Writerology.net

Some tips on writing about physical pain...

I've been shot in the butt point blank with a NERF dart. Hurts a lot more than you think. Thanks, BROTHER. >: How to write pain.

3 tips to write a strong villain Personality quirks, specific motives, V/A creates obstacles for protagonist to overcome.

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3 tips to write a strong villain Personality quirks, specific motives, V/A creates obstacles for protagonist to overcome.

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Hey V, what is that crazy color wheel thing you sometimes mention???

FANTASY Hero and Villain Archetypes. IMX, the pure hero or villain is considerably less interesting (and realistic) than the antagonist with understandable motives whose interests and needs clash with those of the protagonist.

Do you want to write Young Adult fiction? Here are 4 effective tips on writing YA fiction to make your #NaNoWriMo story more successful! #writingtips #youngadult

4 Essential Tips On Writing Young Adult Fiction

Do you want to write Young Adult fiction? Here are four effective tips on writing Young Adult fiction to make your story more successful and relatable.

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