This last year may have been crazy, but all of the extra time gave me the opportunity to read a whole ton of new and amazing books (many of which have become my favorites of all time). I'm a bit late, but I wanted to do a blog at the end of this year recommending the absolute best I found (difficult as it is to narrow it down to a manageable number).
This is the second part of my Ideas to Book blog series. (If you missed the first one you can find it here.) The last post dealt with finding an idea that can become a book.
But a single idea really isn't enough to do it, no matter how good that idea might be. So you need more than one. A book is a bunch of ideas that fit together to form a story. Ideas that can feed into each other, and work together to create a compelling world and narrative.
I thought it might be cool to do a blog post about how a single idea can turn into enough of a story to make a novel. After doing a rough draft, I decided that it would be too long for one post, so I'm going to split it into two.
Part One will be about the spark of the first idea. The one that starts it all.
A Writer’s Master List of Fantasy Punk Genres From Magicpunk to Steampunk to Piratepunk
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