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Category Archives: Fantasy
Hello, fabulous readers and writers! I hope you’re doing well! It’s been kind of crazy here! The most important thing is: I have big news! I spent the last few months curating a series of writing prompts I’ve created and … Continue reading
You know you love top 10 lists – and here it is – the top 10 posts about writing by writers! You’re a busy writer – and if you missed one, check it out! 1. Imagery and theme in “Young … Continue reading
You Could Be Write by E. R. Smythe, notes to a writer from her character. Hi, I am Sir E. Robert Smythe in service to Queen Sage of Gwill. I am her Head Galactic Safety Ambassador, working to help young … Continue reading
Today I’d like to share with you a guest blog on Chris Weigand’s site, Faith, Inspiration, and a Cup of Tea. In this article, I talk about how to build a sanctuary in your mind. Writers, this will be … Continue reading
Today, I need a kick in the pants to write. I’m sitting at a laundry facility, wishing I was down in the pool, waiting for words to come. And of course, when you set aside specific time to write, the … Continue reading
Genre: Fantasy Author: Stephen Zimmer Title: Thunder Horizon Series: Dark Sun Dawn Series Disclaimer: I received a copy of Thunder Horizon in exchange for a fair review. When authors send me a book, they know that I will take my … Continue reading
Genre: Fantasy Author: Stephen Zimmer Title: Heart of a Lion Series: Dark Sun Dawn Series Disclaimer: I received a copy of Heart of a Lion in exchange for a fair review. When authors send me a book, they know that … Continue reading
Hey, writers! Hope the writing is going well! This week we’ve got a special surprise – the awesome Stephen Zimmer is visiting DarWrites! Stephen is a fantasy writer of Rayden Valkyrie Stories, The Rising Dawn Saga, The Fires in Eden Series, … Continue reading
I thought this week I’d share my response to the fantasy writing prompt I posted this morning. Enjoy! Life Changer Darlene Reilley She sat cross-legged in a cold room at the base of a retreat in Tibet. It was a … Continue reading
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