How to write a best fantasy book

You have to do more than just tell a good story.

That’s what this is about.

If you’ve ever been to a party where there’s been a lot of booze, and you’ve got a few beers with your friends, it’s not just a party for a bunch of people.

It’s a party that is more like a party than a party.

It starts when everyone gets drunk, and it’s going to continue until it stops.

So when you’re writing a best-fiction book, the first thing you should do is find a good time to do it.

This is not the time to start planning and making a big deal out of your work.

There are plenty of other ways to spend your time, like listening to music, playing video games, or watching TV.

You should have a good plan in place to start writing.

So do that first.

Then, as you write your first draft, you’ll need to find the right genre to write in.

If your genre is romance, you might want to start by setting it in the present day.

Then you might decide to write about a character from a different age or a different ethnic group.

This way, the reader doesn’t feel like you’re setting them up to be victims.

If the genre you’re exploring is fantasy, you can write about someone who’s more or less on the path to becoming a hero, but not the hero himself.

That character would have a strong story to tell, and the reader could empathize with him or her.

If a book about a child who grows up in a house of the dead is your genre, you should set the book in a magical fantasy world.

You might want the story to focus on the child’s life, his or her struggles and successes.

And finally, you may want the book to explore a supernatural element.

You could write about the child becoming an avatar of a powerful magical force, or a supernatural being that lives in the shadows.

Whatever your genre of interest, you have to find something to tell in the best possible way.

Then write it.

There is no such thing as an easy book to write.

So take your time.

The only thing that will ever keep you writing is your own energy.

This process can take a while, and I promise you it will be worth it.

The secret is to find a few moments to relax, and to feel your own writing in the process.

It will be hard, but you’ll get there.