In this blog post/video, we shall focus on some of death’s consequences; more specifically, on seven unusual consequences following a death scene.
How to create pity for your villain? We shall discuss a further four ways. That way, you can forge a villain that your audience can empathise or sympathise with, or even like.
We have an interview with author ML Spencer. ML has written many books in the fantasy genre, including the recently released Dragon Mage.
Now, it is time to see how to create empathy for your villain. And empathy, here, means likeableness, a general sense of why he acts the way he does and/or why we sympathise with him.
Today, we have an interview with author Hassan Siddiqui, who has published the inspirational fiction novel, Twenty Bright Paths: Stories of Growth and Learning.
Today, we have a film review – The Dark Knight, where we shall discuss five tips on how to make a hero fall.