So many good ideas here – thanks to jeanswriting.com
Monsters lurk about in many forms.
Doesn’t have to be Big Foot or a dragon. A hateful neighbor or classmate, a work colleague, even a stranger on the street can be monsters in your story.
One man’s monster is another man’s pet. A monster can live in the protagonists past, their imagination or in a secret held close. It can take the form of an illogical or logical phobia, or a real flesh and blood monster.
The trick to writing about monsters as well as fantasy creatures is in the description and then escalating that fear. Bringing that fear to life is the goal of writers.
Readers love to feel the fear of a character. The right description determines whether a character is a paper doll cutout or a 3D believable personality.
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