Tag Archives: epic fantasy writing

When Things Change, Or Why I’m Writing About My Own Story – By Elan Samuel

Welcome back Elan Samuel who adds his take on the journey of the protagonist in epic fantasy. For more by Elan, click here. I had this plan, see. I was going to write a blog post called “Every Story Has Already Been … Continue reading

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Andrew Wood — Magic: the Lifeblood of Fantasy

Welcome back Andrew Wood, one of our regular contributors, with his own spin on magic and why it fascinates us as readers. Magic, in essence, is a word used by authors to describe whatever powers govern the world they’ve created. … Continue reading

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World Builders — John Robin

Guess what? Today I thought I’d surprise those of you who have been following the World Builders series by … being my own guest. This is not based in narcissism. The reason I’ve chosen to jump in today is because … Continue reading

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