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World Builders 3.0 – Level 1-1: Building a world for character

Welcome back to World Builders 3.0! For those who enjoyed the previous incarnations of World Builders, this next generation is going to zero in more on the process of worldbuilding itself while I work with fellow fantasy author and worldbuilding … Continue reading

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World-building: What Makes for a Great Fantasy Setting?

Welcome to November, and the “change of season” here on EFW. I hope you enjoyed our tour of crossing genres in fantasy. For the next few months, we’re going to explore the topic of world-building and what makes a great … Continue reading

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World Builders 3.0 – Level 0: “Why are you building this world?”

Welcome to World Builders 3.0, an open-ended series that will run periodically on Fridays. For those who enjoyed the previous incarnations of World Builders, this next generation is going to zero in more on the process of world building itself … Continue reading

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World Builders — Brian and Juliet Freyermuth

Today, my World Builders guests are Brian and Juliet Freyermuth, game designers and urban fantasy authors. After 18 years of marriage, Brian and Juliet Freyermuth decided to try something crazy; write a book together. Following his passion and creativity Brian began his game … Continue reading

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World Builders — Jodhan Ford

Today, my World Builders guest is Jodhan Ford, author of Kingslayer, currently funding on Inkshares. Jodhan Ford is a devout follower of Messiah Yeshua. He is a husband of one, a father to five, an author of numerous unpublished works, … Continue reading

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World Builders — Matthew Kaye

Today, my world builders guest is Matthew Kaye, author of The Hellfire Rebellion, currently funding on Inkshares. Matthew Kaye is nineteen-year old author currently studying Economics at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He has written three full-length novels, with the most recent, … Continue reading

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World Builders — Andrew Wood

Today, my world builders guest is Andrew Wood, author of Storm of Fury, currently funding on Inkshares. I discovered Andrew’s writing and fell in love with it at once, reminded of the voice of Brandon Sanderson and the mood of … Continue reading

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World Builders — Byron Gillan

My guest today is Byron Gillan, author of The Children of the Forest, currently funding on Inkshares. Byron Gillan is an avid reader, recent college graduate, and freelance writer, with multiple publications in various newspapers, magazines, and online publications, including … Continue reading

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World Builders — JJ Sherwood

My guest today is JJ Sherwood, author of the high fantasy novel, Kings or Pawns, now available in ebook and print. On a cold winter night, wind howling into the desert sky, one ordinary hospital gave witness to a historic event. … Continue reading

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World Builders — Ricardo Henriquez

My guest today is Ricardo Henriquez, author of The Catcher’s Trap, currently funding on Inkshares. Ricardo Henriquez was born in Tocopilla, a small fishing in mining town in the north of Chile. At age 17 he moved to Antofagasta, where … Continue reading

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