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    when to stop ?

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by Juju Bagdasarian, May 9, 2013.

    I have been wondering in a fantasy novel, can somebody say there is to much fantasy in it or the more you have the better it is ?[/I][/I]
     
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    No. No-one can tell you that. But you can get it proof read and get suggestions.
     
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    It all depends upon the type of fantasy story you are trying to write i think. Typical High Fantasy has lots and lots of fantastical elements, whereas your Low Fantasy tends to have a more realistic feel to it, not so over the top.

    I personally prefer Low Fantasy, but your the writer so its totally up to you in what you create! :)
     
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    It isn't a matter of quantity but of quality. It may seem too much because it doesn't fit well but if you make it good there won't be any such problem.
     
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    I agree, maybe it doesn't sink well inside my head because its new and changes the original way in which i was planning to do things
     

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