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Friday, February 5, 2021

Writing the Bad by Warren Bull


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5 comments:

Molly MacRae said...

This is a nice piece on villains, Warren. I've always felt bad about poor Jud Fry.

Kait said...

Well done, Warren. And a good reminder to humanize our villains.

Margaret S. Hamilton said...

A villain with redeeming qualities is hard to find. I like setting up him/her versus the protagonist who initially thinks the villain is a good person, and then listens to her (it's usually a her) spidey sense.

Shari Randall said...

Excellent reminder that a well rounded, even likable villain, can be fun to write.

Paula Gail Benson said...

I had to laugh at your last paragraph, Warren. Thank goodness that good-looking gentlemen like yourself can be writers!