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For Christmas this year I got a book called BULLIES, BASTARDS & BITCHES -- HOW TO WRITE THE BAD GUYS OF FICTION by Jessica Page Morrell. It's the first writing book I've read in years, and it was well worth the wait to find a good one. While reading it, it got me thinking (obviously, duh) about the villians and what makes them tick. What sets a good and memorable villain apart from a clearly lackluster one? What is that magic mojo that writer "do" when they write villains that makes them seem so real to the reader?
Here's what they had to say.
You can red the entire article at http://seanhtaylor.blogspot.com/2012/01/walk-on-dark-side-writing-believable.html
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