Anybody have thoughts, directives, or enthusiastic Hubs offering consolation, example, and otherwise "anything on" forming and shaping a good view of the protagonist and antagonist at the beginning of a suspense story?
Frank Atanacio, fellow hubber, put forth an alternative ending challenge for other hubbers. He already set the antagonist and protagonist in place for the challenge. I learned alot about myself as a writer in my first attemtpt to attach myself to Fiction Suspense.
Now, I want to try to establish a view point at the beginning of my own story for a protagonist and antagonist. I want to create a 300 word draft just for this purpose.
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