Write Fantasy Fiction in 5 Simple Steps
Fantasy is a fun genre to read and write because you can create new worlds, people who have magical powers, and animals with remarkable qualities. If you enjoy stories about wizards and witches, traveling through time, talking animals, fairies, and trolls, then fantasy is the perfect way to express yourself. Author Laura Lee McKay shows aspiring writers how to craft an exciting fantasy.
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