Open Waters

She wakes before down and stacks her kayak on the car. Once satisfied the boat is securely strapped, she crawls behind the wheel and pulls out onto the road. Ten, fifteen minutes of drive time before a familiar overpass comes into sight. The car slows as she turns into the … Continue reading

Four Main Types of Villainy

Creating a convincing villain is, in my opinion, one of the hardest challenges as a writer. There are many factors to consider: believability motivation background The best way to tackle flat, boring villains head-on is through thorough development. Villains must be dubious and suspenseful. Otherwise, the audience won’t be immersed … Continue reading