THE VILLAIN ‘S FAITH IS CHALLENGED? A very difficult scene to write because usually you don’t have the villain within the novel questioning their faith, spirituality and loyalty.
How do you write the important characters and cut out the unnecessary ones in your novel?
chapter14: Cristen struggles to believe Sirena is actually one them a Caninruh werewolf.
I’m sure all writers do this. You read a novel or a watch a show and then while writing, some qualities of who you watched or read spills over into your manuscript. Most writers don’t do this intentionally but are therefore influenced by their favorite characters .
One of the antagonist of the story and a werewolf who has lived for centuries already. She is not a main pov character . Only a supporting character .
“Literary cameos” usually involve an established character from another work who makes a brief appearance to establish a shared universe setting, to make a point.
You might say it is easy to write something with one character. But this is not easy at all. It is one of the hardest types of stories to write.
The reaction coming from my main character Sirena’s POV. And she must search for Eli in all the Flames of Chaos that is going on in the scene
I’m reconsidering a lot since I fully finished this chapter . One thing I reconsidered since I added the last scene to the chapter is changing the chapter name to Stealing Hearts.
A while back I created a podcast episode about Villains and their motivations and could they be redeemable or are they better off staying pure evil.