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Books, Comic Books & Graphic Novels…. What’s the Difference?


A novel is a fictitious prose narrative of considerable length and complexity, portraying characters and usually presenting a sequential organization of action and scenes.¬† A comic book is a magazine with one or more comic strips A graphic novel is … Continue reading

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How to Write a Villain That Readers Will Love to Hate


Every story has a villain. While most stories have villains that are generic and somewhat boring others have villains that are creepy and¬†leave you feeling freaked out. The best type of villain, in my opinion, are the ones where you … Continue reading

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