Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 10

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I’m going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I’m writing that I’ve totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author’s … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 10

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 9

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I’m going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I’m writing that I’ve totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author’s … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 9

Writing Fantasy: Using Tropes

Ah, trope me this: use them or avoid them (like the plague)? Is that terrible to start a blog post with a terrible trope (also known as a cliche)? Yes, probably. But it stays.  In my writing and researching about writing journey, I've seen lots of discussion on this particular topic and, after reading dozens of … Continue reading Writing Fantasy: Using Tropes

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 8

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I'm going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I'm writing that I've totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author's … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 8

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 7

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I'm going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I'm writing that I've totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author's … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 7

Guest Post: Melody Greene: Someday My Princes Will Come

Welcome back to the final week of my guest post fantasy series! This has been SO MUCH FUN for me to get to dive into the minds of other fantasy writers, to read where they land on issues, and to see what they write about when given ultimate freedom.  The final post here wraps up … Continue reading Guest Post: Melody Greene: Someday My Princes Will Come

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 6

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I'm going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I'm writing that I've totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author's … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 6

Guest Post: R. E. Fisher: World Building for the Author who suffers with being A/R

Hello again friends and welcome back to my fantasy guest post series!  This week I'm so excited to introduce you to my writer friend, Richard, whose books I have seen from the earliest, roughest drafts all the way to the published end product. We've had brainstorming sessions via messenger, discussions on pros and cons of … Continue reading Guest Post: R. E. Fisher: World Building for the Author who suffers with being A/R

Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 5

In honor of my fantasy writing series, I'm going to share with you the bones of a fantasy story I'm writing that I've totally fallen in love with. It obviously needs SO much work, but it highlights so many things I love about fantasy.  This story progresses further by various writing prompts given in Author's … Continue reading Allyandrah and Kru’Nah: Part 5

Guest Post: Steven A. Guglich: Culture Shock… A World Building Story Element

Here is yet another online writing group friend of mine who ALSO lives in North Dakota! He's the closest I've come to a writing neighbor, even though we basically live on opposite ends of the state. Someday, I hope to meet in person, but for now, the internet will have to do.  First and foremost, … Continue reading Guest Post: Steven A. Guglich: Culture Shock… A World Building Story Element