My lovely author-and bloggy-friend Sacha recently released her excellent writing craft book, 13 Steps To Evil – How To Craft A Superbad Villain, which I would recommend as essential to any writer. Today, she’s released the accompanying workbook. Here, in her own words, she tells us what we’ll find inside:
How do you become the best writer you can?
Is a question I constantly ask myself in my quest to write full-time.
One of the most obvious answers I’ve discovered is by continuing to learn lessons and develop your craft.
But lessons only take you so far, right?
Because you have to put them into practice.
At the tail end of May, I released 13 Steps To Evil – How To Craft A Superbad Villain which was jam-packed with resources and tips to improve your villains and help you take them to the next level.
But what was missing from that book, was a way for you to put those lessons into practice. I promptly rectified that, which is why today sees me launch:
If you’d like to buy a copy of the workbook, you can find it here.
Or, if you never got round to buying the original 13 Steps, you can save yourself some money and buy the complete boxset here.
If you do purchase a copy and you have a few spare minutes, I’d really appreciate a short review on the site you bought it. Reviews are like currency for an author.
Want to know a little more about the 13 Steps To Evil Workbook?
Sacha Black’s book 13 Steps To Evil – How To Craft A Superbad Villain showed writers how to create their ultimate villain in an easy and humorous, step-by-step guide.
This workbook puts those lessons to use by building on each chapter in 13 Steps To Evil and guiding you through the development of your indisputable bad guy. It’s time to get to the core of your villain and supersize that evil.
Inside the workbook you’ll find hundreds of thought provoking questions, exercises and creativity boosting prompts. This resource will help you:
- Choose the perfect villain traits
- Create sinister character histories and motives
- Avoid pesky clichés
- Design conflict and tension that grips your reader
- Build your market knowledge so you create a villain that sells
Craft your characters through easy to digest exercises that empower you to conquer your villain for life. Read the 13 Steps To Evil Workbook today and start creating kick-ass bad guys.
I also run a Facebook group where you can work through any villainous issues you might have with me and the others in the group. If you’d like to join the group, click here.
And in case you missed them, here are those links one more time: