Putting together a Fantasy World Bible

by | Nov 30, 2020

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Nov 30, 2020

Worldbuilding is an integral part of writing fantasy. It helps you inform your story and setting, while simultaneously ensuring reader immersion.

More often than not, the world the author has created becomes a character in itself.

There are lots of things to keep track of though. A great solution can be to create a ‘world bible’.

This can be a ring binder (although – from personal experience – not recommended) or a folder on your computer where you store all the necessary information.

However, nowadays, there are also several online tools which can be incredibly helpful.

Dave Robinson, the President of Archivos, joins the Am Writing Fantasy podcast for a chat about the wealth of tools available for fantasy authors.

Archivos can be found here: https://www.archivos.digital/

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Written by: Jesper Schmidt

Jesper Schmidt is a Danish bestselling fantasy author who also dabbles in non-fiction. He is also focused on helping and inspiring others. It is his firm belief that this world of ours can never have too much fantasy fiction in it, but for that to happen we need authors to write it and readers to find it.

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