5 Ways to Hide Your Villain In Plain Sight - Ink and Quills
Sometimes the scariest villain is the one you didn't see coming. Use your reader's expectations of villains to hide your baddie right under their nose!
BUILD YOUR UNFORGETTABLE BRAND WITH ARCHETYPES - Diamond Life Media
RATHER WATCH NETFLIX... than search for the perfect photos?!! DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE BOOK “The Best FREE Stock Photography Guidebook” ✓ACCESS secret sources for fabulous free photos ✓ATTRACT dream clients with the right content ✓UNDERSTAND proper legal image usage YES, THANKS! Yipee! Its almost here - check your email and verify your subscription! we respect your privacy + never share your information with anyone!
Superpowers Mega Chart: They Are ALL Here
It seems to be one of those days when everything we are writing about is on one single subject. I'll see if I can switch it up a little on my next
10 Writing Resources: Fantasy - Alyssa Hollingsworth
These ten resources will help you maximize your fantasy story's effectiveness. From worldbuilding to info dump, here's what you should and shouldn't do.
Five Mistakes New Writers Make (Paperback Kingdom)
Today we have a guest post by Trisha Tobias, who has worked on books such as the award-winning Alice: The Wanderland Chronicles by J.M. Sullivan, and Chasing Eveline by Leslie Hauser: When it comes to writing, there aren’t many hard rules. It’s a...READ MORE
10 Fantasy Clichés and Ideas to Change Them
Walk into any book store, and you will find shelves and shelves of fantasy books. But the same clichés run through most of them, and many are so predictable that you only have to read the back cover to guess the entire plot. Now, while I don’t suggest getting rid of every fantasy clichés in…
How J.K. Rowling Mastered Writing in Different Mediums — E.M. Welsh
Every winter when everyone begins to snuggle up by the fire and celebrate the holiday season, I always feel a strong urge to return to my worn, yet beloved Harry Potter collection. Harry Potter, in many ways, is what made me who I am today. When I was younger and one of the last in my class to learn to read, Harry Potter became the entertaining push to keep me going. Very quickly it became an obsession and one that I have sustained throughout my entire life. With that obsession I…
A Guide to Fantasy and Fairy Tale Fiction for Self-Published Authors - danieladorno.com
Fantasy fiction and fairy tales are often considered the same genre. But are Cinderella and the Hobbit the same? I don't think so. Read on to find out why.
An Introduction to World-Building — Well-Storied.
If there's anything I've learned as a writer, it's that building a fictional world is easier said than done. When well-developed, a fictional world feels realistic and approachable, even if it contains otherworldly elements such as magic or time travel. But behind the approachable facade lies the blood, sweat, and tears of the world's creator, who hand-crafted everything from its geography, religions, cultures, technologies, political systems, and more. Each of these elements affects…
World-Building in Fantasy Fiction - How to Name Countries, Cities, etc. - CookieBreak
Naming places in my WIP is hard. I don’t mean whole countries, I usually struggle alright through those (more detail in a bit), but towns…