If you are not quite sure how to tag your fantasy — after all, fantasy can range from Game of Thrones sword and sorcery to urban fantasy vamps or fairies, and many more.
Check out this blog by Charlie Jan Anders blog on fantasy genres (with great photos) to see where your WIP lies.
I need to use this line. Somewhere. Anywhere.
Three has a sort of rhythm, a flow, a sense of movement. Three descriptions, three sentences with the same thought, three snappy dialogues.
Kim English, in today’s QueryTracker Blog, points out the age-old sense of story telling flows with threes. Check it out!
Check out Sarah Callender’s post in Writer Unboxed that points out the importance of keeping the story “hook” in your mind as you write. It’s different than the dramatic question that impel the action/drama.
What if …….?
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