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Writing the Military for Your Fantasy Novels

For me, watching a movie with less than accurate battle scenes or soldiers using pistols for 500-yard kill shots is a travesty. I find novels with a poorly written military and weapons used inaccurately impossible to read. I am not

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How To Create A Fantasy World

A good fantasy novel isn’t complete without a believable fantasy world to go with it. Arguably, the depth of the world and how well you “build” it is more important when writing fantasy than it is in any other genre.

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Develop These Essential Habits And Become A Better Writer

We’ve all read countless articles online telling us we need to develop habit XYZ in order to be a more productive writer. The problem with these articles is they all say the same thing and it all boils down to

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Novel Outlining Tips

There is some debate about whether outlining a novel is a good thing or if it stifles the creative process. Some writers live by the outline while others like the raw feeling of just writing with no plan in place.

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