Writing and Mapping – Building your Fantasy World Part 1

Every writer should know that the more your research, the more realistic and accurate your story will become. I’m going to jump on the assumption wagon and conclude that you already know that and are, therefore, practicing on that knowledge. When I first designed my world Osois, for Black Wings, I wasn’t sweating it. (This…

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Paperback vs E-book, and what I learned.

I was just getting my feet wet in the self-publishing world in 2015, and thought paperback was the goal–I mean we all want to see a physical copy of our book! But then I learned there was a lesson I missed that self-published authors knew before me. Bookstores anyone? Unless you’re book is going to…

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Is Your Chapter Worth It?

Do you ever read through your chapters, and ask yourself, am I adding fillers or is this moving the plot? If you’re not asking yourself that, now is the time to go back to Chapter 1! Here is an example of what you may say to justify why you wrote what you wrote. This may…

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