The first line is important, so I’m taking a look at the opening lines for twenty-five of the most popular fantasy novels.
When I first found out about NaNoWriMo, I had no plan and no idea what to write. These plot generators should help you avoid that.
We love a good story, but nothing is more important than how it ends, and how good (or bad) that ending turns out to be can really change how you feel about it.
There are some things I really don’t like in a story. And here are five of them.
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.
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.