N is for nasty. They say that inside each human lurks their nasty version/evil version. Most people succumb to their nasty twin by doing wrong things.
We writers only succumb to this evil twin of ours by getting nasty with our characters. When we write our stories our evil/nasty side crops up. But in a healthy way.
Our nastiness takes the outcome of getting or putting our characters into all kinds of trouble. Or creating a nasty villain in our stories. That’s the sum of our nasty feelings. When that feeling subsides, we write the scene where the character is saved either by his own efforts or external efforts.
We have our own way of getting nasty with people. We put people who irritate us in our stories and either torture them no end or kill them.
Has someone bugged you to the extent of making you nasty towards them? How do you vent your nasty moods? Have you created a nasty villain?
Note: this is my post for the A to Z Challenge. My theme is Emotions and Feelings writers experience.