We enjoy sci-fi and fantasy. Creating a good story world is essential to this genre. This article teaches us how to do that.
J. R. R. Tolkien referred to the world of the faery-tale as the author’s sub-creation. The truth is, all fiction has a sub-created world, or ought to. Tolkien’s point is key, but before taking a closer look at the principle, we need to be clear about the term “story world.”
Writing instructor John Truby explains it this way: Click here to learn more.
Kelly and Nancy