We are not makers of history. We are made by history – Martin Luther King, Jr.
The ancient Greeks conquered the entire known world, the ancient Romans spread their culture throughout Europe, and the ancient Chinese built monuments that have stood the test of time. Your story is set in the present day, but many of the ideologies, beliefs, and inventions sprang from civilizations that lived long ago. While these civilizations may be long gone, their lasting influence remains. Continue reading as we explore the importance of historical societies in your contemporary story and see how to weave the fabric of mystery and folklore throughout your creative project.
Draw from your own experience
So far, we've discussed ways of constructing your own world utilizing elements of fantasy, and taken things beyond our imaginations, creating an alternate reality. In this installation of our world building series, we're going to delve into creating an immersive world based on your own personal experiences...a world that brings a life of its own to your novel.
Hello, my name is Scott...I'm a husband, father of 3, and work full-time in IT. If that's not enough on my plate, I'm also tackling the biggest 'creative' project of my lifetime, bringing the world of Mists of Kel Doran to life. I hope you like what I'm trying to pull off and I truly appreciate all of those who have supported this dream of mine. Here's to following your heart and having the courage to put your ideas out there for the world to enjoy :)
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