Fundamental Aspects of Setting in Fantasy Fiction – Collette Jackson-Fink

I admit creating a setting for a fantasy story is more challenging than creating characters. In most instances, the story and the characters come first into the writer’s mind; the setting, later or never. But one needs not to rush on it.

I repeat, when creating a setting for a fantasy, keep it fun and most importantly, keep it real (or close enough to make it believable).

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