Guest post: world-building tips from author K.M. Cooper

Good post about fantasy world-building – using these kinds of ideas in my newest projects…

John Robin's Blog

Today I welcome another guest to share more tips on world-building, following Craig Munro’s great post from last week.

mewriterselfieK. M. Cooper is a creative director and self-professed Jacqueline-of-all-trades who specializes in fiction writing and world building. Her first book, Hub City Survival, is a zombie horror novella based in her hometown of Moncton, NB. She currently resides there with her husband–actor Brad Butland–daughter Amelia, and two very distracting cats.

In my many years of writing fiction, I have found fantasy world-building to be my favorite non-writing-but-still-writing-related activity. There’s nothing like the feeling of creating whatever your imagination fancies and throwing your characters in to interact organically with your chosen environment, and being able to lose yourself within the world you have created.

I’d like to discuss a few tips and tricks to help you along during your journey to build a fantasy world that not only…

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