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Fantasy: May 29, 2019 Issue [#9563]

 This week: The ARC to enter to Fantasy World
  Edited by: Samberine Everose
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1. About this Newsletter
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3. Letter from the Editor
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About This Newsletter

Hello everyone, I’m Samberine Everose and I'm here your guest editor this week in the Fantasy Topic of the WDC Newsletter, and just like I've always been saying, I will not be tired in expressing my thankfulness to all the beautiful people here in this wonderful community of writers for not only helping us to improve our writings but giving us also encouragement and inspiration every day. *Smile*

It's hard sometimes for us writers to connect our fantasy stories to reader's reality-mindedness, but using some appealing tricks we can grip our readers mind by using the ARC to enter. Here is the ARC to consider.

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The ARC to enter to Fantasy World

In the fantasy world, there is always magic, so every conflict there, it's so very easy?

But it doesn't mean that fantasy is very far from reality, wherein in reality, magic is only a kind of trick, but using that trick in the fantasy world everyone can be entertained. *Smile*

A magician can be able to entertain their viewers through their magic tricks and can make a fantasy to become like a reality.
So, authors can have the ability also to help and convey their audience and to be entertained in the fantasy world, through their magic pen-writing, right? but sometimes some may not be done successfully without adding some 'appealing tricks' that authors may add too in their writings like the magician have.
Without some appealing tricks in the story, the writings may become monotonous and can't hook and may also block the audience entering the fantasy world.

Here is the ARC to consider that should appear in every fantasy story so that our readers may enter successfully to the fantasy world.

1. A-Adventure-
Writing a fantasy story should have an adventurous appeal, what I mean is the plot should have an adventurous scenery. The setting should be developed properly, using different places or scene and actions even if there are only one or two characters. Setting the settings to be adventurous can be appealing to the audience in any range of age, even if its for children or adult.

2. R-Romance
Writing a fantasy story should have romance. Though Fantasy story is not purposely only for romance but sprinkling it with some romance in the story can have an appeal to the audience especially in the teen to an adult range of age.
Remember some fantasy romance stories that so appealing and become all-time favorites, even technologies are the trendies now, its still hard to forget those romantic fairy tales. *Smile*

3. C-Children
Writing a fantasy story should be intended to be for children.
What I mean is fantasy story should always have the innocent appeal, not only the reason that it is intended for children but having that innocent appeal may still prefer by many even if the world nowadays are becoming wild, many may still prefer to look up some good and a story that reflects innocence, and light-minded.

Each author has its own personal entrance or arc that they can use to hook their readers. But mostly, being a fan reader of fantasy stories, this ARC is absolutely a basic and sometimes giving an impact to the story.

Do you also created or has a personal arc to be an appeal to your readers, why not share it here.
Till next time.*Heart*

Samberine Sig.

Editor's Picks

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