Bring Your Fantasy Stories to Life!
Writing fantasy stories is a fun and exciting way to really put your creative skills and imagination to the test and bring your readers into an exciting and enchanting world of your own making. Not only is writing fantasy fun, but millions of people love reading it! If your story is good enough, you might even find yourself published. Like writing any genre of fiction, fantasy writing is a craft and requires a great deal of practice and precision to get it right. Since fantasy stories are usually very unique and original, it takes an extra amount of hard work and dedication to master the art of fantasy writing.
In this book, you will discover everything you need to do in order to write a successful, captivating, and well-structured fantasy story that people will love. Fantasy writing contains elements such as heroes, magic, and unique story worlds that require a great deal of thought and preparation. In this book, you will learn all about the best techniques, strategies and ideas that you can utilize to successfully plan out and write a great epic fantasy story. You will also discover how to organize and write a compelling plot, dynamic characters, and everything else your audiences crave. Finally, you will discover how to write a killer ending that will keep your fans coming back for more.
If you're looking to attract rabid fans and become a trusted author, then be sure to save yourself a lot of heartache and trouble by consulting this book first!
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How to Prepare Yourself for Writing Fantasy
The Most Important Story Mechanics to Include in Your Book
How to Get Your Creative Juices Flowing
How to Create Your Story Goal and Story Questions
Ultimate Tips and Strategies for Writing Fantasy
How to Fully Develop Your Fantasy World and Creatures
Much, Much More!
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I'm either blind or just not the author's friend
Probably someone with low standards. It might be a prime example of a "how not to write a how to book" so there is something informative to be had here.
In something else. Maybe anything else.
In a way, he does sound like if reading an infomercial. I'm wary of holding him responsible for the terrible content he had to give voice to.
Aversion for the most part. Add a bit of contempt for the lack of true, worthy content. Add a speckle of disgust for the trite examples and the woefully wrong pieces of advice such as "Deus-Ex machina is totally A-O.K. in fantasy settings".
Let me preface this by the fact that this is well... not as terrible an event as I might make it sound. Mostly, it's wasted money and time. Not that much time, but wasted it was.
Now, it wasn't so much money wasted. Neither too much time, clocking at a short length. What boggles the mind is how with such very little, precious time to craft some useful advice, the author decides to blather on about setting up aromatic doodads, relaxing with tea, and setting up music. It is no small wonder he has the time to write anything at all. Around the 1/4th mark of the whole turgid thing, he actually gets onto the topic.
And oh man, that's where it gets mediocre at best. The good advice I've heard before (and never anything really excellent as the writer has not the most keen of insights) and the terrible advice really does its best to set you astray on your writing career. Terrible in every possible way.
If you'd like some better writing knowledge for your time: Try anything by the great courses. Or better yet! Want quality sans cost? Podcasts like "Writing excuses" and "Helping authors become writers" deliver useful, solid, and quality advice at a regular pace and they do take so much less time than this unbelievable heap of mediocrity.
So yeah, not that much harm done and I won't be returning it. But by the good Lord is it terrible.
- Heriberto Valle
Not exactly about fantasy writing
- Julius Butcher