Jon Snow, Sauron, Gandalf, Jorah Mormont, Bilbo…
Those are examples of well-remembered names that genius authors have created. Names are important, for it’s the thing that serves as a bridge to the character’s core, but why is it so hard to create unique names that your readers will remember?… Read More
They had been on the road, surrounded by vast forests, for a few hours. Jon knew they would soon be there. He could already smell the ocean, the salty streams of water, where his home was waiting for him. He made the horses gallop faster as he kept looking behind him, afraid of the possible pursuers.… Read More
Creating a fictional language for your fantasy world can up your worldbuilding by a ton!
There are countless benefits in creating a fictional language, ranging from making your world more unique, to allowing you to use your own language to solve some of the possible issues, such as naming characters and places.… Read More
“Hold them there! Let none move!” shouted the old man Vicente as he coughed. “Ricardo! Did you get in already?”
“A moment!” shouted a man from behind the counters.
“Gentlemen! We will soon have some company!” Ivan pointed out; he was still keeping his eyes on the bankers, holding them at the end of his pistols.… Read More
Writing requires a lot of work, especially if you’re writing a book. It’s a huge task which can take months or even years to finish.
But that long time will grow ever longer if you have the wrong mindset.
I’d say the aspects of the Golden Mindset are, Goals and sticking to them, silencing self-defeating voices, and keeping your mind bright.… Read More
Have you ever wanted to create a detailed and beautiful map for your fantasy world? Do you struggle with the actual drawing.
Well, I won’t blame you. We are authors, not painters.
I have struggled with creating a detailed map for my world for years, but just recently I found a way to create beautiful maps even if you can’t really draw!… Read More