How to be a villain—and other adventures in Bangkok

One of the students at my author-in-residency in Bangkok took notes during my “So You Think You’re a Villain” class. If you’re thinking of taking over the world, then pretty much all the information you need is below. In particular, I think the golden nugget here is that “villains look monsterious.”

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My time at the school is now at an end. I am feeling very blessed and grateful for getting to working with all the wonderful students. The two-week stay allowed me to see a real progression in their writing. I especially love to see their brainstorming and how it spilled over into their written outputs . . .

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As for the younger students, I concentrated on pure inspirational and motivational activities. We designed enchanted boxes, decorated magical trees, built secret doorways, and wrote in invisible ink!

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