The 51 Best Fantasy Series Ever Written Whether you're a Swords and Sorcery type of fantasy reader, a fan of battles and betrayal, or you just want a few more goddamn elves in your life, there's.
Almost every fantasy novel or series contains tropes — they exist for a reason. But if you want to make your novel stand out, there are a variety of ways to avoid falling into the same writing traps and cliches and come up with something original.
Has there ever been a better time to be writing fantasy? Where once it was a fringe genre, now fantasy is everywhere in pop culture, from Harry Potter to the memes surrounding Jon Snow. There’s also never been a more exciting time to write fantasy. The genre is changing daily, as authors such as Neil Gaiman, Susanna Clarke, and Patrick Rothfuss continue to interpret, subvert, and stretch it.This is a list of fantasy authors, authors known for writing works of fantasy, fantasy literature, or related genres of magic realism, horror fiction, science fantasy.Many of the authors are known for work outside the fantasy genres.Fantasy is often based on myths, legends, and folklore, and frequently includes elements from the Middle Ages. It tends to be action-packed, including quests or adventures. A conflict between good and evil is a common subject in fantasy. How to write fantasy - things you should do: Read a lot of fantasy fiction.
So if you love good fantasy books about magic and wizardry, the Harry Potter series is one of the best fantasy series of all-time. 1 The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien Sale.Read More
Even if you plan to write an expansive multi-book series, editing is still your best friend. No reader wants to drudge through unnecessary passages just because you have the room. The first rule of writing a book series is having enough content to justify more than one book.Read More
STEP 1: HAVE AN IDEA. Great sci-fi begins with an idea. Unfortunately, as people will tell you, all the good ideas were taken long ago. But that's only true if you believe ideas are indivisible.Read More
So many great reads on this list, however I would add Barry Hughart's Chronicles of Master Li and Number Ten Ox, for an eastern flavor. In addition, a follow on series to Feist's Magician series is one that Janny Wurts wrote that was the other side of the coin from the Magician series. Eli Monpress by Rachael Aron is a great caper series as well.Read More
Last night, A Game Of Thrones author George R.R. Martin took to the stage at the Sydney Opera House to discuss his popular fantasy series, the spin-off HBO TV show and his craft as a writer. Below.Read More
The series included works of William Morris, Lord Dunsany, and George MacDonald, and other works: Hope Mirrlees's Lud-in-the-Mist, Ernest Bramah's Kai Lung books, and Evangeline Walton's The Island of the Mighty, the success of which led to the publication of the other three novels she had written in that series, and to a distinct strain of Celtic fantasy in later fantasy.Read More
The 10 Best Completed SF and Fantasy Series (According to Me). Additionally, this list in many ways represents science fiction and fantasy of the past (mostly the late 20th century).Read More
These fantasy writing prompts and plot ideas can be used as inspiration to write your next epic tale. You can use these story ideas and prompts for all types of creative works, whether it be a novel, screen play or other fictional short stories.Read More
An epic fantasy novel is an exploration of the big questions in life. You have a very valuable point of view about these big questions and there is an audience out there that is very willing to listen. Write yourself a clear statement of what you want to say and then write toward that goal every day.Read More
This series is one of the greatest fantasy literature achievements of the past 100 years and this could easily be number one in the top 100 as it is special, very special. The ambition and imagination set it alone and the execution is masterful. Series: A Tale of the Malazan Book of the Fallen: Book 1. Published: 1999. Score: 141.Read More