Tag Archives: Inkshares

Nell Walton — Humor in Epic Fantasy

Inspiration comes in many forms, it isn’t all about setting the right mood or finding motivation to write, sometimes it’s about inspiring the reader. In her debut article here on Epic Fantasy Writer, author Nell Walton discusses one of the … Continue reading

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Our Friend – The Prologue

Today, Byron Gillan is back on the blog to discuss prologues. Interested in learning more? Read on. Click here for more posts by Byron. A raven-haired woman flees through the night, pursued by a band of villains… A terrible calamity befalls a … Continue reading

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Making sacrifices: the 80/20 rule and getting Blood Dawn back on track

This week, I made a radical shift in how I work to reclaim the weekend writing time that I’d maintained for 15 months, every week, while I was writing the draft for Blood Dawn. Ever since 2016 began, I’ve been … Continue reading

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John Robin on the Inkshares blog!

A quick post today since many of your are familiar with Inkshares. Today I had the honor of being interviewed by them on their blog! Check out this article where I talk about the motives behind my relentless community building work … Continue reading

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World Builders — Jay Lockwood

Welcome back to World Builders, with another peek behind the world building process of a fantasy writer — Jay Lockwood. Dyslexic. Queer. Nerd. Writer. A former retail manager and convention organizer, JAY LOCKWOOD aspires to live a stress free existence. … Continue reading

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World Builders — Yicheng Liu

Today everything comes round circle. Yicheng Liu, my guest today, is the Inkshares author through whom I’d say the collaborative excitement — and this series as it’s come to be — began. Yicheng Liu is a guy who sadistically enjoys … Continue reading

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World Builders — Robert Wren

Welcome back to World Builders. Today my guest is the author of a Gaiman-esque fantasy novel, with a rich imagination for dreaming up imaginary worlds. Welcome, Robert Wren! Robert Wren is the author of Ophelia, Doll. This is his first … Continue reading

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