The Importance of Creating a Great Villain to Complement a Great Hero in a Book Series

Every great story must have a compelling protagonist or main character. This becomes especially important when writing a book series - you must develop a character that can maintain a reader's interest over time. Just as equally important, though, is the antagonist or villain, as author Bob Morris explains. Your antagonist must be as unlikable as your protagonist is likable, he says. In order to create the dynamics necessary to move a plot forward and keep your readers engaged, your "bad guy"...
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