Storytelling

How to Plot a Novel Series

Harry Potter fights off a giant Basilisk at the end of book two

Over the years, we’ve received many questions about how to plot multiple books. The answer is surprisingly simple: story structure is the same no matter the scale. However, reader expectations about story continuity do change a little when the story is broken into different books, … read more »

Podcast

275 – Star Trek: Picard

The Mythcreant Podcast

What’s that, someone did a new Star Trek show and we don’t have an episode about it? This shall not stand! Today we’re talking about Picard, the whole Picard, and nothing but Picard. We discuss how this show measures up to previous Trek offerings, where … read more »

Inspiration

Seven Musts for Dominating a Fantasy Battle

A giant eagle attacking orcs.

Everyone is always asking me questions about fantasy battles, like I’m some kind of spec fic blogger. So, to answer every question in perpetuity, I’ve put together the only list that you’ll ever need on the subject. It tells you exactly what to do, whether … read more »

Q&A

How Do I Add Humor to My Writing?

questions and answer talk bubbles

Hi Mythcreants, I was wondering how to make sure you convey humor efficiently in a writing medium like novels? I know how it is done in comics and animation/movies, but even after reading many books with funny parts, I have a hard time finding a … read more »

Podcast

274 – Making Conflict Matter

The Mythcreant Podcast

You’ve done the work of adding sword fights, epic battles, and dramatic arguments. Your characters always have something they want, no matter how minor the scene. And yet, you’re still having difficulty making readers care. Congratulations, you’re having difficulty making your conflicts matter, and you’re … read more »

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