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How To Write A Terrifying Villain.

As readers, we want our villains to be scary, horrific, and unstoppable. At least I do. So how as a writer do you go about creating that iconic villain that has your readers turning on the lights and checking behind … Continue reading

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How To Write Larger Than Life Characters.

Bigger, better, more, and more and more and more. That’s what larger than life characters are. Hotter than hot. Colder than cold. With a depth that seems almost superhuman. Crafting characters your readers will want to jump inside of and … Continue reading

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How To Write The Feeling Of Fear

Even if you’re not writing horror, you should know how to write fear. Fear is a universal feeling we all experience and your characters are no exception. To convey fear in your writing, you must first understand it. What type … Continue reading

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How To Write Horror Part 2

When it comes to the horror genre crafting your characters is of the utmost importance. Your readers need to sympathize and care for those characters, so they feel the terror you’re trying to put them through. The second video in … Continue reading

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