Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Four practical suggestions for fantasy writers.




Read.

Hope.


Face your life.


Write your dream.

5 comments:

Rikki said...

I recently came across your book when I picked up TG's Law of Nines. I am a big fan of his books as well as a few other epic series. I've been an avid reader since as early as I can remember and I always wanted to write an epic myself. I ran some great D&D campaigns growing up. Your four suggestions really spoke to me. I have read, I have hoped, I am now facing my life and will one day write my dream... Thank you for your creation and I look forward to spending more time in the world of Alifros on the Chathrand.

Robert said...

Thanks so much for your message. I’m glad to know that those four ambiguous sentences made sense to you. I guess I was trying to distill a lot of advice (direct and indirect) from my own mentors, along with thoughts on what I’ve been going through over the last few decades. I started as a dungeon master myself (and would play again in a heartbeat, if I could arrange my life accordingly; alas, little chance of that anytime soon).

I wish you good fortune and great joy in your world- and story-spinning. Thanks again for getting in touch.

Best,

Robert

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