Jesse Teller Interview – Onslaught of Madness
 

Jesse Teller Interview

Onslaught of Madness

 
Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #5: Five More Fall
 

Self-Published Fantasy Blog-Off #5

Five More Fall

 
John Gwynne Interview – A Time of Blood
 

John Gwynne Interview

A Time of Blood

 

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Writing Fight Scenes

Writing Fight Scenes 

Writing fight scenes is often an important task for a fantasy author. Some writers find they come naturally. Others find them daunting, and can’t think of anything worse. Whichever category you fall into, it’s an important skill to master because audiences love to read them. Here are some techniques that I’ve learned over the years […]

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How Clichés Can Help You Create Great Characters

How Clichés Can Help You Create Great Characters 

“Avoid character clichés.” Like me, you’ve probably heard this advice many times. It comes in a number of guises, from make your characters unique and interesting, or try to create something different, or don’t create cookie cutter characters. The rationale behind it is sound. Readers will immediately identify a character they’ve seen before, because movies, […]

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Why Aren’t You Writing?

Why Aren’t You Writing? 

If you were to meet a writer on the street, you could be forgiven for expecting a disorganized person who is generally unable to function at the level normally expected of an adult human being. Harsh, I know. But when it comes to writing, many amateur writers seem incapable of the most basic tasks (and […]

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Choosing Between Independent Publishers

Choosing Between Independent Publishers 

You spent years pouring your heart and soul into your manuscript. You polished it up to be the best that it can be, and you slogged through seemingly endless submission packages and cover letters to find a publisher or an agent. For whatever reason, you’ve decided to look at independent publishers. Perhaps your book was […]

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