The Fantasy Guide For Writers
- It's all about the cover: Advice for self publishers of fantasy
- Archetypes in Fantasy Writing
- Finding a fantasy book for a child (fantasy guide)
- Some thoughts on designing your own cover
- Epic fantasy Advice for Writers
- Forget about the Grammar and Your Writing Will Improve
- How to Write a fantasy combat scene
- How to find interesting words for your fantasy writing
- Mianthroperspection - Stepping out of the human in your fantasy writing or "How does a dragon really feel?"
- The Importance of Internal Conflict for Fantasy Writers
- Making Magic Real in Your Fantasy Writing
- How to Use your journal to improve your writing
- Have courage in your fantasy writing
Looking for a book to help inspire young fantasy writers?
Grendalla: Enchanted Elvin kingdom - Available on Amazon
About Grendalla: Grendalla - Enchanted elvin Kingdom, it is a quick reference guidebook for young and aspiring fantasy writers. I've intentionally written the book in alphabetical order, with each character's personality described in detail with a colour illustration.
Welcome to a fantasy adventure of your own imagination, when you enter the magical world of Grendalla. Not only a colourful picture book of fairy creatures and their amazing lives of mischief and mayhem, Grendalla is a guidebook for future novelists. Because children have unlimited imagination, encourage them to create their own adventure stories with characters from Grendalla. Composed entirely in alphabetical order, from alchemist and gremlin to pixie and zip, each species is brought to life with a depiction of their own makeup. Their personae range from respectable citizens, to wicked and malicious creatures such as witches and goblins. And included is a map showing important locations such as towns, cities and geological landmarks, that will help place their fable. With countless new individuals to be created, and countless adventures to be composed, your child will relish. . . Grendalla, Enchanted Elvin Kingdom . Visit the Books Website to learn more
|Books on Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy|
||How to Write Science Fiction & Fantasy -- by Orson Scott Card, Orson Scott Card; Paperback|
||Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy -- by Crawford Kilian; Paperback|
||Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Science Fiction by Cory Doctorow, Karl Schroeder (Paperback)|
||Writing Fantasy and Science Fiction (Writing Handbooks) by Lisa Tuttle (Paperback - March 2002)|
||World-Building (Science Fiction Writing Series) by Stephen L. Gillett, Ben Bova (Hardcover - January 1996)|
||Zen in the Art of Writing by Ray Bradbury (Paperback)|
||The Writers Complete Fantasy Reference by Writer's Digest Books (Editor), Terry Brooks (Introduction) (Paperback - November 2000)|
Amazon.com Has a section of their site that is devoted exclusively to writing science fiction and fantasy. There are a lot of great books there. take a look and see if there is something that is right for you.