by Attilio Guardo
Nowadays, fantasy is almost everywhere in pop culture. From movies like Star Wars and The Avengers to television series like Supernatural and Doctor Who, fantasy has become a sweeping genre.
Indeed, many people love the inventiveness and creativity that the fantasy genre brings.
In literature, fantasy fiction has also become one of the most popular genres among kids, teens, and even adults.
Its fanbase is continuously growing, and its market is becoming more and more abundant. With this, there has never been a more exciting time to write fantasy but now.
Attilio Guardo, an author from Connecticut, for example, takes advantage of the flourishing community of fantasy to write some stunning stories.
One of his newly published books, The Miracle of Wendy Whimple,
contains a delightful fantasy story that revolves around the lovable character of Wendy who has a power to heal or resurrect animals.
Ultimately, The Miracle of Wendy Whimple is only one of the many fun-to-read stories in the ever-expanding terrain of fantasy fiction.
As a heads-up, writing fantasy fiction is no piece of cake. You may need to undergo a lot of creative reflection and render so much of your time to write a good fantasy story.
Nonetheless, with dedication, talent, and a speck of literary knowledge, you can certainly write an astounding fantasy story like that of the The Miracle of Wendy Whimple.
To help you, below are some basic things to remember when writing fantasy fiction.
An organized narrative is a key to writing good fantasy
To write a good fantasy story, you need to have an organized narrative. This means that you need to plan ahead how your plot is going to progress before you even start writing.
Planning ahead and organizing can make your story less prone to plot holes, the bane of many fiction authors. In writing fantasy, specifically, organization is a must.
Since fantasy stories are often complex and eventful with a lot of twists and turns,
it is necessary that you structure your narrative in such a way that it does not cause any confusion on the part of the readers. Remember, to make sure you tie all the knots, plot your story out.
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