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Who is the character? What does the character want more than anything? And how can I prevent them from getting it?

This actually works pretty well. Any time I have plot point planned out I get writers block but once I think more about the characters the block clears

the young elites by marie lu !! i've only read the first book so far but it's written in the villain's pov. so good

I would love to read a book series from the villains point of view. Except, at first, you don't realize they are the villain. I think it would be a really interesting read, you know?

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Writing prompt ~ I can’t think of anything worse after a night of drinking than waking up next to someone and not being able to remember their name, or how you met, or why they’re dead.

The harder you are to kill, the more horrific your death will be. Having just survived a nuclear bomb, you're getting slightly worried.

And you live your entire life cautiously so that you can try to avoid the horrible death. you are then 90 and lying on your death bed and realize that you did nothing worth remembering and that was the most horrific death of all.

A dystopian world not immediately disclosed to the readers. The people are completely controlled and told little about the outside besides that it is bad. The trials show them the true horror of the outside. Though some, when hearing the controversial things about the other two doors, do decide to go through the third door. Their entire existence is completely whipped from town records

A dystopian world not immediately disclosed to the readers. The people are completely controlled and told little about the outside besides that it is bad. The trials show them the true horror of the outside. Though some, when hearing the controversial thi

Obsessive compulsive disorder is a serious psychiatric illness that affects millions of people worldwide. People with this disease struggle with intrusive thoughts and sometimes it leads to repetitive compulsive behaviour. For example, sometimes a patient might be inclined to count the lamp posts or shops on his way and if they suspect they have missed one, they go back and start the procedure all over again.

Types of OCD - Obsessive compulsive disorder is a serious psychiatric illness that affects millions of people worldwide. People with this disease struggle with intrusive thoughts and sometimes it leads to repetitive compulsive behaviour.