Fiction | Fantasy | Worldbuilding
For some reason, travelling is a huge part of the fantasy genre. Look at Lord of the Rings, The Wheel of Time, A Song of Ice and Fire and so on. Fantasy authors just can't help themselves. Someone's got to go somewhere. I think one of the reasons for this is that we...
Working from home can definitely benefit your mental health, but there are also some concerns. Here’s how to manage your mental health working from home.
It’s difficult to explain to someone who doesn’t write, why the hell we do this thing. But in this post, I try to pinpoint the key reasons why we write.
Do you write fiction when writing is your job? it can be hard to balance the two and make time for the one that’s not paying the bills. Here’s how I do it…
Ever wondered what it’s like to go freelance? In this post, I’ll be discussing the opportunities that arise from going full-time freelance.
We’re always told write what you know, but what if you’re writing about fantasy and magic? Here’s how to write what you know when writing fantasy.
Fantasy writers love tons of characters. So, if you need to keep track of characters in your novel, I’ve got some tips that have helped me.
We’ve all felt it, the itch to return to writing but the words don’t come. With that comes the guilt, which makes it even harder. But why do we feel guilty?
Keeping a travel diary is a fun way to capture memories in a way that photos can’t. Here are the benefits of keeping a travel diary.
The ultimate writing challenge has its upsides but also its downsides. In this post, I’ll be looking at both sides and why not winning isn’t so bad.
Religion – never has there been such a divisive topic in the world. If you want to use religion as a source of conflict in your fantasy novel, read on.
Religion is a huge part of our world and if you’re using it in your fantasy novel, it may be a daunting subject to approach. Here are my tips to get you started.