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100 Fantasy Writing Prompts (Fiction Ideas Vol. 4) By Kate M. Colby,

  • Title: 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts (Fiction Ideas Vol. 4)
  • Author: Kate M. Colby
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 417
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Have you always wanted to write a fantasy novel This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help you get started.Do you have a magical adventure burning inside you but feel trapped by writer s block Are you an established fantasy author looking for fresh, new ideas If you re ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts is tHave you always wanted to write a fantasy novel This booklet contains 100 writing prompts to help you get started.Do you have a magical adventure burning inside you but feel trapped by writer s block Are you an established fantasy author looking for fresh, new ideas If you re ready to stop staring at the blank page and start writing NOW, 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts is the booklet for you There s no fluff and no wasted words just 100 fiction prompts to get you back to what you do best writing 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts is packed with character and story focused prompts to jumpstart your fiction writing The prompts have been carefully designed to address all aspects of the fantasy novel from world building to establishing the rules of magic to creating a heroic arc for your character.Inside, you ll find prompts related to the following sub genres 1 Coming of Age2 Dark3 Epic High4 Historical5 Magical Realism6 Myths Legends 7 Paranormal 8 Superheroes 9 Sword Sorcery10 Urban Each section contains 10 thought provoking prompts Practice them in order, or dive right into to what inspires you most You ve already wasted enough energy on writer s block It s time to get started on your fantasy tale today Make your words magic Add 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts to your shelves today SAMPLE PROMPTSDark FantasyMake the humans the bad guys for once Have them hunt fantasy creatures to near extinction, enslave them, or invade and conquer other worlds Is your protagonist a human who realizes this is wrong, or a non human who is captured or hunted How can beings from both sides work together towards peace What statements can you make about perspective in conflict, moral ambiguity, or group persecution Sword SorceryYour character works in a real world setting where she could easily acquire a sword Examples an antique store, the Renaissance Fair, a museum As she is handling one, she is transported to a war torn realm What is happening, and who does she join in the fight Does the sword have any other powers How does she make her way back to her realm NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR If you re in a creative rut, know that I ve been there, too I spent far too long struggling with my inability to write, and it negatively affected several aspects of my life That s why I wrote 100 Fantasy Writing Prompts because I know what it s like to feel creatively empty, and I want to help other writers beat their own blocks In this booklet, I ve combined techniques from my days in university I hold a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing with the real world lessons I learned from writing my own fiction novels The result A list of 100 prompts to get your creative gears spinning But that s all I can do The rest is up to you Get back to writing today Add to your to read shelf now Kate P.S Be on the lookout for future booklets each with 100 genre themed fiction writing prompts
    Fantasy Writing Prompts Fiction Ideas Vol Have you always wanted to write a fantasy novel This booklet contains writing prompts to help you get started Do you have a magical adventure burning inside you but feel trapped by writer s block

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