Perfect sense! My main piece right now is based very loosely on my own beliefs as a metaphysicist. It's... fantasy in the sense that most people wouldn't consider it possible, and perhaps to some degree I'm stretching the truth, but it's still *plausible.* One thing I really, really liked in Stephenie's writing was that, though it was fantasy with the vampires and werewolves, she made it feel possible that you could really sit next to a vampire in school. That's how I've always written my stuff, so I was very pleased to find another author who wrote that way. Did that even make sense? :pRajaniArchana wrote:Oh lookie! Writers!
Hi, everybody! Its wonderful to see all of you writershere, as I am a writer myself! I've been writing sicne I was five years old, but i've only ever finished one orgional novel and tw fanfictions. I'm currently writing a new origional novel that's over 200 pages, and a harry Potter fanfiction on the side.
I've got a question; has anyone else here ever written something that was kind of fantasy, but had to be groudned absolutely in the bounds of reality? Does that question even make any sense?