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Untillez - Theresa Lynn
Who knew being nice could have such horrible consequences? Nicole Freeman didn’t when she invited long time friend and vagabond Paul Olsen home for dinner one winter night. After a brush with the military, the baker adds “most wanted” to her resume as she’s dragged into a whirlwind of government conspiracy in a race against time to save Paul from the clutches of President Collins and his deadly claims of her friend’s secret criminal past. Now, in order to save Paul, Nicole must form new alliances and face the hardest decisions of her life, including whether or not she can come to terms with not only Paul’s part in the corruption of the Untillez government, but her own.
Bran does research on…. Writing Fantasy
Fantasy has been popular, ever since J. R. R. Tolkien opened new doors and gave it new elements - elements everyone has come to love. Once again, the fantasy genre has regained it’s popularity in recent years. But it’s hard to go about writing about realms of your own creation that exist purely in your own imagination. I’ve done a bit of research on writing fantasy that hopefully should help you.
- How to Write a Credible Fantasy Story
- Fantasy writing tips (a masterlist linking to a bunch of different articles - really helpful)
- 25 Things You Should Know About Fantasy (warning - harsh language)
- 10 Writing “Rules” We Wish More Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors Would Break
- How to Write a Non-Cheesy Fantasy Novel
- Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy
- Creating Great Characters (written by a fantasy author, Daniel Arenson)
- How to Avoid Cliches in Fantasy Writing in 18 steps
- Creating an Original Character
- The Fantasy Novelist’s Exam
- Pitfalls of Writing Science Fiction & Fantasy, General Useful Information, & Other Opinionated Comments
- 16 Tips for Writing a Great Fantasy Novel
- Writing Epic Fantasy - Taking a Courageous Approach to the Genre
- 76 Genres and Subgenres of Creative Writing. (more for general writing but I figure it could be of some use)