And I should also mention that I write for a living - mostly articles and blogs. Writing a novel or even a short story is drastically different, to the point that I'll sometimes write a chapter of my book to clear my mind between writing two articles, and vice versa.
An Academic Book Serious and intellectual, fiction and fantasy have never been your cup of tea. You enjoy reading books that can teach you concrete facts and expand your mind. Since you love to enrich your own mind, it only makes sense that you should write a book to enrich the minds of others!
However, you should seek to do everything in your power to be a professional friend of your editor. One of the simplest ways to do that — which too many authors fail to consider — is formatting. I know. With the greatest of respect for book designers and internal formatters, formatting isn’t exactly the sexiest of topics for an author to.
And sometimes, breaking the rules is the only way to tell a really fascinating story. Here are 10 rules of SF and fantasy that more authors should consider breaking from time to time.
If you want to read really awesome fantasy novel series, I will recommend you to read these two Novel series:- 1. The Kingkiller Chronicles by Patrick Rothfuss :- in my opinion, it is one of the best fantasy novel series of all time. The first nov.
I Should be Writing, by Mur Lafferty The Six Wakes author has also been hosting the I Should be Writing podcast for years, and the essence of that essential listening has been distilled into this phenomenal book. It’s billed as “A Writer’s Workshop,” and that’s exactly what it is, complete with exercises, examples, and stimulating (and encouraging) lessons.
Before you begin to write your fantasy story you should have a fully formed world, including details of its inhabitants, landscapes, history, beliefs, laws, possibly even languages. Introduce some logic. One of the golden rules of writing a fantasy novel is to make the world you create as authentic as possible.
You should try to write a strong introductory paragraph that grabs your reader's attention. Somewhere in your first paragraph, you should also state the book's title and the author's name. High school-level papers should include publication information as well as brief statements about the book's angle, the genre, the theme, and a hint about the writer's feelings in the introduction.