A complete writing course on how to write a fantasy novel, covering everything from creating characters and worldbuilding to writing battle scenes and working with artists and editors.
A complete writing course on how to write a fantasy novel.
Writing a novel is difficult, and doubly so when it falls into the fantasy genre. Not only do fantasy writers have to create compelling characters and plots, but they also have to create an entire world from scratch, create races, magic systems, monsters and much more.
When it comes to examining how to write a fantasy novel, it can be tough to know where to start. That’s what this writing course is designed to help you with. It will take you through the entire process of writing a fantasy novel, covering:
- Creating compelling characters that readers love
- Writing battle scenes
- The mental challenges of writing a fantasy novel
- Tips and advice on working with publishers, editors and artists
- Guidance on how to promote and market your fantasy novel
So if you’re looking for a step by step guide on how to write a fantasy novel, look no further.
On top of the writing course, you’ll also receive an invitation to Richie’s writing group and Discord channel where you can chat with Richie and the rest of the community about your writing.
You’ll also receive Richie’s worldbuilding template, a very useful device when it comes to creating a fantasy world.
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Learn More About Richie Billing
Richie is a published author and creative writing teacher from Liverpool, UK. His critically acclaimed book on creative writing, A Fantasy Writer’s Handbook, has helped writers land book deals, and some of his individual workshops have been attended by over 300 people.
Richie regularly works with charitable organisations like Writing On The Wall and Liverpool Irish Centre to deliver writing courses and workshops to those in the local community. He was a speaker at Fantasycon 2021, and he’s collaborated with organisations including the BBC, Art in Liverpool and Liverpool Everyman Theatre.