Whatever the Reapers are working toward, it must be big!
Sullivan's setting has lots of novelty, but bronze and copper swords don't work that way.
All hail the one true podcaster!
Castles, spaceships, and high tech cities are all great, but they can get a bit repetitive.
Worldbuilding is complicated, but a few universal principles can provide guidance.
Is lost knowledge always found in the last place you look?
Hey there, friend, do you feel like joining some vampires for a night out on the town?
Honor this book for how it impacted us and stop celebrating it as a storytelling achievement.
Pretending black and white conflicts are gray excuses evil and enables injustice.
Cool space worms can't save Dune from sexism, racism, and absurdity.
Don't hang your plot on a broken setting.
Does the worldbuilding pass muster, or will it go down like a sinking French frigate?
For no reason at all, disease seems to be on a lot of authors’ minds right now.
The fantasy genre is stuffed with sieges, even in series other than Lord of the Rings!
Recently, I went over the naval tactics your characters might use in a world without gunpowder.
A while back, I wrote about the trials and tribulations of traveling by water.
Sometimes we want to put something in our stories, but we don’t know much about it.
Most governments in fantasy settings are authoritarian.
Writing fantasy battles can seem overwhelming when you’re first starting out.