Guest Blogging on RomConversations

You’ve probably heard that old writing advice “write what you know.” It’s a good starting point for a writer, but if you want to write fantasy it doesn’t take you very far. When you’re building a world that exists only in your imagination, you have to think about new ways of knowing.

That’s the topic of my guest post at RomConversations today. Stop by and leave a comment, and you could win a signed copy od Deadtown. (Yup, I still have a few to give away.)

Hope to see you there!

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2 responses to “Guest Blogging on RomConversations

  • Daniel Williamson

    The mind is its own cerebral universe. I believe as a fantasy author, we are mind-explorers pushing beyond the frontiers of conventional thought. We must constantly challenge ourselves, reinvent ourselves, and go beyond the known and familiar. Although, the fantasy genre is abound with cliché and stereotype, I passionately believe in the tenets of the imagination and believe it will carry us into a brighter, more exciting future.

  • Guest Blogging on Romconversations Nancy Holzner, Author

    […] Guest Blogging on RomConversations. You’ve probably heard that old writing advice “write what you know.” It’s a good starting point for a writer, but if you want to write fantasy it doesn’t take you very far. …More […]

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