Warning: These 5 Points Will Help You Create Awesome Female Villains
Creating Credible Female Villains<what if someone wrote a book about this great villain and heroic protagonist but when they get to a certain part of the book you have to choose between two endings (both contain the surprising ending) one being happy end and one a true end.
Verona clamps down on tourists visiting Romeo and Juliet's balcony
Verona, Italy, Juliet's Balcony.. I love how much history this place has. I've always wanted to visit it. The fact this place had been built for a character from one of Shakespeares most well known place a really shows how much of a genius the man was.
It’s 1686, 18 year-old Nella is to begin a new life as the wife of illustrious trader Johannes, he presents her with an extraordinary wedding gift: a cabinet-sized replica of their home furnished by an elusive miniaturist, whose tiny creations mirror their real-life counterparts in unexpected ways. As Nella uncovers the secrets of the household she realizes the dangers that are awaiting them all. Does the miniaturist hold their fate in her hands? Will she be their salvation or their…
By the end of this post you will be using an excel spreadsheet. Don’t make that face—I know you’re a writer and not a data analyst. Or if you are a data analyst—I understand that you’re on this blog to get away from you day job. I get it. But guess what? At the suggestion of Randy Ingermason—the creator of the Snowflake Method— I listed all of the scenes in my novel in a nice little Google spreadsheet. It changed my novel-writing life, and doing the same will change yours too.