There are a few things that the majority of villains have. They have a motive, opportunity, and some connection to the main character, assuming that the protagonist is a hero. But what makes a villain good at being bad?
It’s hard to find a balance between the Christian walk and writing for secular publishing markets, but this book provides solid guidance and wise insights.
Any writer wanting to make a strong first impression would greatly benefit from reading this short, but content-heavy book.
The storm was approaching. Coal-black thunderclouds brewed above the fallen, smoldering timbers of John Willard’s former house.
Each 4th of July our family leaves town
an’ meets with kin folk at the ol’ hoedown.
Baked taters hit the spot; roast does the same,
but the day’s highlight is the baseball game …
The love of words refuses to be pigeon-holed, for words themselves cannot be pigeon-holed. We are immersed in words like we are immersed in air—both are constant and enable the basics of life.