It is amazing the changes a year brings.
I’ve traveled as far north as you can go on the east coast of the US to dip my toes in James Bay. I’ve finally spent the night on the gorgeous Oregon coast and then traveled through the redwoods in California. If you’ve read my epic fantasy series, you know I love BIG trees! So seeing the redwood forest was a true bucket list moment for me.
Writing wise, I released my 13th novel which completed my second epic fantasy trilogy, and third complete series. In December, I had a novel nominated for Best Book of the Year and won Best Worldbuilding. So yeah, it was a big year!
But one of the things that makes me really happy is my premium fantasy writer’s course the Ultimate Fantasy Writers Guide is almost a year old!
I developed this course to go beyond the tips posted here at AmWritingFantasy. Because to write a truly riveting fantasy novel that readers will love, you need more than the chaotic bag of advice, no matter how great, spread throughout this website.
Instead, it takes step-by-step organization that teaches the core of what you need without getting into the grammar school crap that will only slow your writing down. Plus, it is so much more than how to develop the kernel of an idea into a great plot, create fantastic characters, world build, the different purposes and writing techniques for a novel’s beginning, middle, and end, how to write dialogue, half of this course is about how to launch a book to waiting fans and reviews, and use the momentum to build your author career.
Because that is what it is all about; not just turning a small idea into an amazing full length novel, but how to take writing from a hobby to something that lets you go from the northern edge of James Bay in Quebec to the Oregon coast on an epic road trip (with lots of writing breaks!).
But you know what is more exciting the course is turning 1 year old is that for only the third time since its release, the Ultimate Fantasy Writer’s Guide is NOW open for enrollment!
But not for long. The Guide will only be open to new students from February 26 to March 4th. After that, it will be locked away again for at least six months. If you are looking to change your writing life, now is the time.
Think where you can be in one year.