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You need some jobs for your characters, but you don't which one ? In such cases you need lists of possible labors. Here is an example of a list. ( And I can assure you it helps you a lot ) SIMPLY WRITING TIP #9
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Fantasy world building can be the most fun and the most difficult to get through. We've got top tips for making it easy & world building you can't forget.
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Step-by-step guide on how to write a fantasy novel, along with expert tips. From outlining your story to starting your fantasy novel.
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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 cove…
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Writing a fantasy novel means paying attention to common elements of the fantasy genre, worldbuilding and more. Use these helpful fantasy writing resources.
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Fantasy lovers––are you tired of waiting two, three, four, sometimes half a decade for one story to end? Fantasy newbies––does the idea of reading fantasy intrigue you but when you look at how many bo
Fantasy has become one of the most popular genres in the literary world, especially in young adult fiction that captivates adults as well as teens. So, here are 20 of the best young adult fantasy novels that you may have missed, but are definitely worth a read! Stand Corrected Editing offers a range of professional book editing services in the UK for aspiring authors worldwide, including: book proofreading services, copy editing services, line editing services & developmental editing…
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Creating names for the locations on your fantasy map can feel intimidating. Should you randomly string letters together to make words that just sound cool; or do you need to pull a Tolkien and create your own language from scratch? How do you strike a balance between names that sound generic and predictable, and so over the top that nobody can pronounce them? #mapeffects #rpg #worldbuilding #fantasy
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