Tag: Character Motivation

Defining the Drive: Character Motivation

Defining the Drive: Character Motivation

    Ask the Author: When you’re writing historical fiction or any fiction that requires heavy research of a subject, how do you keep the researched information from overwhelming the story itself? – Joseph Bentz Aaron: This is a tricky one. I’ve been guilty of […]

Halloween Special: Villains!

Halloween Special: Villains!

Just in time for Halloween, Steve and I discuss villains (cue maniacal laughter). Who are the greatest villains? What makes them great? What can we do to add great villains to our fiction?

Thor, Iron Man, and Character Motivation

Thor, Iron Man, and Character Motivation

There’s a fanboy in me. Please hold your judgment until the end of the post. You see the Avengers? Of course, you and the rest of America? But have you seen it twice? Yes? You and the rest of the America. There’s a lot I […]