My ‘Whose Fantasy is This?’ Article Published

The Jim Cox Report/Midwest Book Review published a short - but hopefully cool - article I wrote on the challenges of writing fantasy novels that cross genres and sub-genres. Please enjoy. Here is the link: https://bit.ly/2WL8MVu

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 5

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 5 – Tactics to Help Readers Identify Your ‘Brand’ or How Many Fantasy Subgenres Can Dance on the Head of a Pin? And Who’s Counting? This is the fifth and final posting of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (see also postings for parts … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 5

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 4

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 4 – The Special Challenges of Blending Genres This is the fourth of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (see also parts 1, 2 and 3: Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2  Whose Fantasy Is This … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 4

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3 – The Paranormal Problem This is the third of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (please also see  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1   Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 ). Given the prevalence of paranormal fantasy novels, authors writing any other … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 3

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2

Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2 – Fantasy Writers in the Wilderness This is the second of a five part series about authors navigating fantasy’s many overlapping subgenres (for Part 1, please see:  Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 1 ). The risk of being categorized with books significantly different from your chosen subgenre is … Continue reading Whose Fantasy Is This Anyway? Part 2