Season 2 of the Dragon Prince dropped just days ago. Because I have no self control, I've already binge watched the entire season. I came away having both enjoyed it and ruminating on how it handles representation. Why is the Dragon Prince so outstanding? All it really does, at the core of things, is have … Continue reading Discussing Lesbian Queens: Netflix’s “The Dragon Prince”
I love magic, which you may or may not have picked up on by now. Magic systems are fascinating, and I've talked about how to make them awesome. But your mages need somewhere to live too! The classic aesthetic when you think of mages is towers. From Hogwarts to Saruman, they just go hand in … Continue reading Writing a Mage’s Tower
We got to sit down with author B.K Bass ahead of the launch of the Omnibus One of the Ravencrest Chronicles and talk about his worldbuilding and writing.
Last week we discussed the nine types of creation myth. This week, lets take a look at some stand out gay gods in history. Keep in mind that what we know about these deities came to us through the lense of following civilisations, who weren't always big fans of homosexuality. The result is sometimes we … Continue reading Do You Know These Five Gay Gods?
When writing creation myths, it can be tricky to classify them. With the nine types of creation myth, you can make your world's myths feel more real.
When discussing fantasy writing, Hard Magic and Soft Magic are key words many of us know. But perhaps we need one more - Medium.
Need to know how to develop your magic system for D&D or an upcoming novel? Check out this questionaire to help you nail down all the details you need!