Writing is hard. And despite being an avid consumer of fantasy fiction, crafting a magic system of my own has presented me with some difficulties.
I can’t be the only one who needs a bit of a soundtrack to help me focus when I’m working. And who doesn’t want to feel like their working on the deck of a Star Destroyer or in the library at Hogwarts?
I had this weird idea a while back and I thought it might be a fun way to kill an evening.
While choosing a novel to write has been something of a struggle, I have been working on some short story ideas about the Inquisitor of Darrmun.
Maps are a standard fantasy element, whether you’re writing a novel or running a D&D game. So I made an ongoing and hopefully easy to understand guide for how to make your own.
The finale of Game of Thrones, the biggest fantasy tv series of all time, aired last night, and I have some thoughts to share, and some points of discussion for how the epic story concluded.
We live in an age where every successful franchise is going to have a prequel, sequel, and spin off thrust upon it.
I’m a bit of an SFF nerd if you haven’t noticed, so I thought it was time I talked about my two favourite genres and explore what makes them similar, and what makes them different.
How to create a framework to make your world more compelling and cohesive, for writers, dungeon masters, and worldbuilding geeks alike!