Disability and Imperfect People in Fantasy
Writing Fantasy Gender Stereotypes – Part One: Your Heroine is Too Beautiful
Writing Fantasy Gender Stereotypes – Part Two: Writing the Opposite Gender
Great Character Descriptions from Science Fiction and Fantasy Books
Make Your Character Reactions Twice as Interesting
Writing Rules and Fantasy: Stories Need Conflict
Are You Making These Plotting Mistakes?
5 Ways to Build a Detailed World Without Boring Your Readers
F is for Fantasy Worlds – Building races, places, history
Worldbuilding A Religion – Part Two: How Religion Shapes Culture
Creating God: Religion in Fantasy, part 1
The Fantasy Language Problem – Part One
The Fantasy Language Problem – Part Two
Worldbuilding: Don’t Neglect the Landscape
Designing Realistic Magic Academies
Starting a Fictional Culture
Worldbuilding [LINKS! So many links!]
Story World Maps – Worthwhile or a Waste of Time?
World-building: To start, I ask myself: Who is visible?
10 Writing “Rules” We Wish More Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Would Break
Six Common Issues With Writing Epic Fantasy
Fantasy Guide BASICS
Maintaining Belief During Fantastical Stories
Why Should Fiction Be Believable?
Repairing Unbelievable Story Elements
“From Elfland to Poughkeepsie,” by Ursula K. Le Guin
“My Struggle Writing an Epic Fantasy Novel: Intro and Influences”
25 Things You Should Know About Writing Fantasy
The Danger of Political Correctness for Diverse Books
Something Wicked This Way Comes & Why Writers Could Be in Great Danger
Becoming a Bolder Writer
Six Common Issues with Writing Epic Fantasy
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