Writing a fantasy story has its benefits. With other genres, one must focus on the right emotions, realism and sometimes facts. These can easily bog a writer down, put a damper on their imagination. Yet, with fantasy, your limits are few and you can break boundaries that other genres require.
Here is the best part of writing a fantasy story!
For a long time, I have been writing more instructional pieces for my students. I always try to provide helpful information that that steers them towards their goal, be it writing more often, writing better, or publishing their novel. I enjoy making this content and I have an endless supply of questions from my students that I can answer in videos.
You can improve your writing a number of ways. You can be more descriptive in some areas, more emotive in others, you can rewrite until a scene is perfect or you can develop a new writing style. Yet, these methods will only improve your writing on a surface level. To really write something great about a topic, you need to understand the topic.
Here are some top methods to research for your writing!
Writing the first chapter is seen as a difficult task. Many believe that if you don’t nail it, you have lost your reader. The reality is that it is very easy to achieve a great first chapter, it doesn’t require much of you or your story at all. There are just some simple things to remember.
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It is easy for anyone to make a mistake, even masters of a craft! For that reason, we are always learning how to better our work, how to avoid common errors and improve our writing. I have collected 7 mistakes that writers often make. By the end of this piece, these 7 will make a handy what-not-to-do checklist for any novel!
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