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Atmosphere of Culture – by Melissa Berg

Today, author Melissa Berg returns to talk about creating an atmosphere for your fantasy novel that is real and immersive. Want to know why real experiences are essential? Read on to find out how just one past experience gave her … Continue reading

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World Builders — Matthew Kaye

Today, my world builders guest is Matthew Kaye, author of The Hellfire Rebellion, currently funding on Inkshares. Matthew Kaye is nineteen-year old author currently studying Economics at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He has written three full-length novels, with the most recent, … Continue reading

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World Builders — K.E. Madsen

Welcome to another installment in my new World Builders series! I’m excited to now offer this series Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of every week until the end of September, in an effort to spotlight some of the great talent in … Continue reading

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World Builders — Rick Heinz

Welcome to another installment in the World Builders series, where I connect with fantasy, and occasionally other speculative fiction authors to explore the process of creating a believable and immersive imaginary world. Today I continue with the special segment of … Continue reading

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