We’ve seen books be made into great games, but what are some video games that would make great books?
The epic fantasy series has reached it’s thrilling conclusion, so I decide to torture myself by trying to distil my favourite moments from the show.
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.
My revision process demands an overhaul and indepth look at my worldbuilding, so I thought I’d take you on the journey! This is the first step in my worldbuilding process, and I try out my own worksheet to boot!
What is the purpose of a trope? How are they different from cliches? How bad are they really and can I use them in my story? Well, I’ve got some As to these Qs.
We live in an age where every successful franchise is going to have a prequel, sequel, and spin off thrust upon it.
There are some big fantasy and science fiction books out there, and these are the ones at the top of my TBR.
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.
As a massive fan of science fiction and fantasy and writer of many of my own sff stories, I have a few tropes that I will adore until my dying breath.
Classic and popular fantasy series that I’m a little ashamed I still haven’t read yet.