Tag Archives: Novel Villains

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 Hide Your Villain In Plain Sight.

The best villains are sneaky, camouflaged, and unsuspecting. How do you craft those characteristics into your villain? The bad guy isn’t always noticeable. He/she can blend into any scene and never be noticed if you write them particularly well. The … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Readers Hate Your Antagonist

If there’s one thing in your book, you want readers to hate it should be your antagonist. The lovable bad guy can sometimes work, but more often than not you want people to despise them. How do you get that … Continue reading

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Watch “10 Best Villain tropes” on YouTube

Having some trouble writing your villains motive/trope? Then this list should give you some ideas.

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Your Villain Is The Root Of ALL Evil, But Is He Believable?

When writing villains, it’s important to take them from pole to pole. Continue reading

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