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The Elite Forces Division-First Factor

The Elite Forces Division-First Factor

Born of a military seed, grown in the soil of a superheros heart, this novel bears as its fruit a team of heroes not quite like any other. Struggles and self doubts, civil war of the soul and the irresistible siren call of DUTY all come together to remake this team into something that was [Keep Reading]

Cathedr’l : Not your grandpa’s chess game.

Cathedr’l : Not your grandpa’s chess game.

  The world of Cathedr’l is a place of economics, politics, and conflict. But is still a world of fantasy and magic. It is still a world of diversity as the races of Humans, Eldrens, and Dons live together alongside other races and other creatures that survive off of the land. After the [Keep Reading]

Color Your World: Red

Color Your World: Red

    COLOR YOUR WORLD is a series of threads to provide lists of synonyms for different colors. All too often, writers resort to using the same word for a color repeatedly in their writing, leading to a sometimes boring redundancy which can lend itself to making the story uninteresting at [Keep Reading]

Designing My Fantasy World

Designing My Fantasy World

I’m writing a story and I need to have dragons, magic, skilled assassins, ruthless Monarchs, Princesses in distress, mythical beast, noble knights, magical weapons, enchanted armor, and …. Wait a minute…. I need a fantasy world. None of this will take place in Florida and surely, I can’t [Keep Reading]

Creating Your Fantasy Story

Creating Your Fantasy Story

Have you finally decided that you're ready to write your fantasy story but you're not sure where to begin? Here are some very useful tips from Wikihow to get you started on the road to fantasy story writing. [Keep Reading]

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