So when we think of worldbuilding in fantasy, what do we think of? Tolkien’s Middle Earth? George R. R. Martin’s Westeros? Maybe even C.S. Lewis’s Narnia? But how does one incorporate worldbuilding into your work when your fantasy is set in the real world? Is it even possible?
I’m over at Geek Girl Authority today talking about that very thing.
Thank you to Audrey Kearns for giving me the opportunity to blog at Geek Girl Authority again!
I am being featured over at the Geek Girl Authority blog today talking about five kick-ass women of the urban fantasy genre. The complex, compelling female characters–I hesitate to say “strong female characters” because that’s become a loaded term–are one of the reasons I was drawn to urban fantasy, both as a reader and as a writer, and I’m so glad I’m finally getting a chance to talk about some of my favorites. Check it out: 5 Kick-Ass Women of Urban Fantasy.
Special thank you to Audrey Kearns for giving me the opportunity to write for her blog.