Beabe Thompson


  I’ve got a couple of novels cooking on back burners, both created as a Pantser with weak antagonists. What is an antagonist? He or she is  your hero’s adversary, the character who opposes or competes, who creates a visceral reaction in readers. Think Gollum vs. Mr. Frodo (or Samwise, or Mr. Bilbo). The evil in an epic tale or murder mystery. The conniving “other woman” in a contemporary romance. A weak antagonist… Read More


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