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Writing Fantasy (The Ultimate Guide and Complete Reference Book)

by C. J. Solomon

Writing Fantasy - C.J. Solomon
Editions:Kindle - First Edition: $ 9.99
Pages: 528

Are you a fantasy author who wants to create more vivid worlds or give them greater depth?  If so, this is the book you have been waiting for.  Subjects covered include:

- How to create complex characters and an epic cast

- Detailed lists of intelligent fantasy beings from myths and the world of fantasy, including celestial and paranormal species

- How to create a celestial world and an underworld

- Planning a novel

- Ideas for plots, sub-plots, plot twists and book themes

- Twenty-seven individual sub-sections on creating every aspect of a fantasy culture, from its history and jobs to its level of technology

- Another five sub-sections on creating a planet, from geography to different realms to the effects of the sun(s) and moon(s) on the planet

- Seven sub-sections about every aspect of creating a magic system

- A list of fantasy creatures and how to create your own

- Find inspiration and add an extra layer to your writing by using real myths, legends, folktales, historical events and stories of the paranormal

- Eighteen detailed sub-sections on fantasy subgenres

- Ideas to help you market your books

- Twelve templates that you can use again and again every time you begin a new fantasy novel or series, that let you take the ideas in the book and turn them into something unique of your own

In addition to all this, the paperback version of “Writing Fantasy” also contains over 100 illustrations to give you extra information and even more ideas.

This is the perfect book for writers of fantasy.  Get your copy now so that you can take your writing to a whole new level.

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The paperback version of the book has more than 100 illustrations.  The e-book version isn't illustrated.

About the Author

C. J. Solomon writes non-fiction books that are designed to help writers achieve greater success and runs a book editing business. She has a degree in English, Media and Communications. She also writes fiction, including fantasy, science-fiction and historical mysteries, under the names Clare Solomon and Clare Jayne. She lives in the Highlands of Scotland and counts the Loch Ness Monster as a close neighbour. She is an animal lover and vegetarian and, when she is not working, she can be found trying to read twenty different novels and non-fiction books at the same time.

You can find out more about her at and get a free book by joining her e-mail newsletter there.