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S1E10 WORLDBUILDING: Simon Explains The Dragons Chasm, Part 2

Season 1, episode 10
1 hr 2 min / Published

I'm going to teach Simon how to run this show--I swear I will. No matter how long it takes, he'll get it eventually.

Today I've asked my son to take over and continue explaining the Dragon's Chasm--going over the Clodorius, the Cloud Canopy, Nock Shelves, Mid Climb, Debris Shelves, and Canyon Floor.

I'm excited to have this conversation, as I know you are. So sit back, enjoy a coffee and make sure to jot down the questions you have.

Send all your questions to: hello@lifeoffiction.com

Your fictional work WILL require some form of worldbuilding.

When creating Wanted Hero and Chronicles of a Hero, I was focused on creating a world so vest and detailed that I could spend the rest of my professional career building it and sharing it with readers.  Which is amazing, because when I chat with teens in public, most want to talk worldbuilding and what my personal system is for crafting my fictional world.

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