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comment I want to explore the psychology of a ruthless, macho killer. What mistakes should I avoid?
I didn't know about the notion of "willing participant", thanks for that.
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comment I want to explore the psychology of a ruthless, macho killer. What mistakes should I avoid?
Thanks Lauren, the idea of not "excusing" the killer is certainly a good point, I hadn't thought of that.
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comment Should my readers be able to identify with the bad guy?
Standback, that's a fantastic answer, thanks! It prompts me to write a follow-up question.
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asked Is it OK to refer to some characters by first name and to others by last name?
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comment How to create space
Wonderful answer. I suppose one should probably choose from one of those three aspects at any given time instead of trying to combine them to enrich e.g. both character and plot.