Posted on 04/10/2019 at 03:30 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Remember the moment at which you realized that working a maze puzzle backwards was the easiest way to solve it?
The latest plotting/writer’s-block-solving tip we’ve found isn’t quite as magical, but it does provide a special vantage point that could unlock your mind.
Specifically, J. J. Hanna suggests thinking about your novel from the antagonist’s point of view — not the protagonist’s.
Hanna has a few questions to ask yourself (or, rather, your antagonist) in a guest post in Writer’s Digest.
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