• Writing What You Don’t Know

    by  • July 26, 2006 • Publishing • 0 Comments

    “Magicians-in-training, genies-in-exile, apprentice wizards, belligerent fairies, plucky orphans, kind dragons, kind orphaned dragons—a reader cant enter the children’s department of a bookstore these days without tripping on a wand or falling into a portal. Has the saturation point been reached?”

    Editor Terry Whalin has some good advice for people thinking about writing fantasy.

    A writer has a different idea.

    While Alma Alexander has a good rant about writing fantasy fiction for a living.

    But if you’re thinking about carrying your royalties home in a J K Rowling-style wheelbarrow, you might like to think again.


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