Porcelain Prompts: Villains

Porcelain Prompts: Villains

by Thomas A Fowler, Melissa Koons

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Overview

Taking the high road is easy, but taking the low road and making it look appealing-now that's talent. A great hero is only as good as their villain. Without a villain, there is no conflict or moral dilemma; the hero simply wins and isn't that dull.Writing a great villain is delicate work. These prompts will help you determine what is your villain's motivation, why they chose the low road over the high road, and how can they make that choice look like the right one to make.From Spine Press + Post comes Porcelain Prompts: Villains, featuring 20 prompts that will make you think differently about the villain and let you explore writing different types of big bads.PorcelainPrompts.comSpinePressandPost.com

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781947269088
Publisher: Spine Press + Post
Publication date: 05/24/2017
Series: Porcelain Prompts , #5
Pages: 102
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

About the Author

At the age of 11, Thomas A. Fowler saw Jurassic Park. It was all nerdy from there. Especially when he stuck around for the end credits and saw "Based on the novel by Michael Crichton." He went straight from the movie theater, walked down the mall to a Walden Books.

Since then, he's written movies, plays, short-stories and books. While he sticks primarily to science-fiction, he dabbles elsewhere. He holds an MBA in Marketing from Regis University and was a former Content Creator at a full-service ad agency in Denver, Colorado. Now, he devotes that skill set to a freelance career and to helping authors live their dream of getting published.

Somewhere, between writing and advertising, he tries to be a loving husband and responsible father. He is the Marketing Director at Spine Press + Post, which provides complete marketing & publishing services for authors and publishers.

Melissa Koons has always had a passion for books and creative writing. It may have started with Berenstain Bears by Stan and Jan Berenstain, but it didn't take long for authors like Lucy Culliford Babbit, Tolkien, and Robert Jordan to follow. From a young age she knew she wanted to share her love for stories with the world.

She has written and published one novel, multiple short stories, and poetry. She has a BA in English and Secondary Education from the University of Northern Colorado.

A former middle and high school English teacher, she now devotes her career to publishing, editing, writing, and tutoring hoping to inspire and help writers everywhere achieve their goals as Publishing Director of Spine Press + Post. When she's not working, she's taking care of her two turtles and catching up on the latest comic book franchise.

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