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Flight of Imagination

It's Totally Fantasy...


Fantasy fiction is a genre where almost anything can happen, and usually does — so long as the author makes it seem plausible. But most of all, so long as it's part of a great story.


This does not mean no rules exist. If anything, the fact that the fantasy genre is so wide open means there are tons of rules out there. Some rules are unspoken, but others are written commandments in black and white.


At times, breaking the rules is the only way an author can tell a really fascinating story.


Most of the classics of literary fiction are written in third person omniscient — It used to be considered the default mode for novelists  This mode meant that the story narrator can see what's going through any character's head, and can flit around as the story requires.


However, in recent years, fantasy writers are generally opting for first person or limited third person — in which only one person at a time gets to be a viewpoint character.

Fantasy

Imaginations Running Wild