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by Rhyssa
Rated: NPL · Book · Personal · #2150723
a journal
#936170 added June 11, 2018 at 11:22pm
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worlds without end . . .
What would your personal fantasy world be like? Can you describe it in detail? Would it be like the earth and its inhabitants or something totally different?

There are two potential answers to this question: the personal fantasy world that my characters like to play in or the personal fantasy world that I would like to inhabit. Personally, I would like to have a world where it is warm and pleasant and people leave me alone when I need it but are close enough that when I want them, they are there. I want it to be dry—I’ve lived in humidity for a large proportion of my life and I don’t care for it. I would want time to write and time to live and accumulate experiences that would prompt things to write about.

My personal fantasy world where my characters set their stories (and here, I’m talking specifically about stories that are not set in our world—I write both) is brighter and clearer than our world and much more full of magic. It’s pre industrial revolution—maybe roughly analogous to Celtic Britain or ancient Rome. There are dragons and other strange beasts and wild places and lots of sharp edges between—the places where stories grow.

It’s a nice place to visit and write about. But I wouldn’t want to live there. I prefer more comfort than my characters live with.

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