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|Heya, I'm wondering if anyone can help me with this problem I've been having. I've been trying to write a fantasy story, with perspectives from 2 characters who have been reluctant friends since before the story began, but one of these would be a villain and betray the other. Yet, by having her narrate as well I have to let the reader know her intentions early on otherwise the twist would seem poorly executed and I want to keep the character's actions real to her. Should I remove her more villainous tendencies and just have her unreliable and a foil of the protagonist, or would there be a way to make her the villain? Should I just change the villain? Please help!|
|Good morning, I've recently read and reviewed an incredible story by jabberwocky . It's definitely worth the read! |
The introduction is coming of age one summer, and it involves extremely well-fleshed out characters.
|Recently, on my journeys through newsfeed I found: |
It's a brilliant idea by Cubby and I can't recommend visiting the page enough. If you're looking to share an interesting book to others or in need of a good read, then this is the page for you!
|Hi Becky! I’m Miranda, and I am diving into random ports today. Are you enjoying WDC so far? Your port is great, and I can’t wait to read more. ¡Adíos! |
|Plotting out this new story involving a heist. Hmm, my google searches are going to be unusual... |
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|My oldest daughter is a huge Supernatural fan. She's been to a few conventions and even has a couple of photos with her, Jensen & Jared. Have a wonderful day.|
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