Do’s and Don’ts for Writing a Fantasy Series

Do's and Don'ts for Writing a Fantasy Series

Fantasy series such as ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ by George R. R. Martin and ‘The Harry Potter Series’ by J.K. Rowling stand as proof that fantasy series can make it big and offer aspiring authors a chance at writing an entire fantasy series that may turn into adaptations (TV shows … Read more

Top Writing Tips for Creating Fantasy Fiction

Fantasy fiction is a literature genre which is based in imaginary settings often featuring supernatural & magical elements and has a plot that cannot occur in real life. It is an escape from one’s reality and an entry into a world that is constructed by the writer’s imagination.  Unconstrained by any scientific … Read more

Tips for Mapping a World as a Writer

Having a solid mapped world in fiction writing cannot be emphasized enough because of the importance these imaginary worlds play in the overall story, it becomes even more important when your fantasy is based in an imaginative or a non-natural setting which the reader is not familiar with.  Without the maps being … Read more

Expert Tips for Writing Fantasy Fiction

Fiction novels or movies are the ones with some form of unrealistic elements in them such as superhero novels, superficial creature novels, or fantasy fiction novels as well. Other than being unreal, one main element common in all of them is that they are based on creative out-of-the-box thinking.  If you are … Read more

The Wheel of Time

James Oliver Rigney Jr. wrote the Wheel of Time under the pen name Robert Jordan. This series consists of fourteen high fantasy novels and has two authors, the aforementioned Jordan and Brandon Sanderson. Jordan died while writing what he planned to be the twelfth and final book of the series. Sanderson, a long-time … Read more

Artemis Fowl: Unconventionality

Artemis Fowl is a book series published by Irish author Eoin Colfer. It received substantial critical acclaim and is incredibly popular around the world. The series has eight books. They are Artemis Fowl, The Arctic Incident, The Eternity Code, The Opal Deception, The Lost Colony, The Time Paradox, The Atlantis Complex, and The Last Guardian. The … Read more

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