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.
A discussion of the novel and the corresponding episode of the show – “The Kingsroad”.
A discussion of the first 1/10th of the novel, and the first episode of the show – “Winter is Coming”.
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.
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!
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.
Worldbuilding is a key element to any good science fiction or fantasy story. But how much is too much? At what point might you be tempting the dreaded Worldbuilder’s Disease?
A small curated list of five very different resources for every worldbuilder, beginner or advanced!
How to create a framework to make your world more compelling and cohesive, for writers, dungeon masters, and worldbuilding geeks alike!
One writer’s approach to a big concept: What the heck is worldbuilding and why is it important?