World Building Bootcamp
Build your fantasy world from scratch in the next 16 days with step-by-step world building lessons for fantasy writers
Them: OMG, so how's your novel going? Are you done yet?
You: ..... No. -___-
Them: ..... Why? I've been waiting to read it? :/
You: Ugh. Because I'm just frustrated. Like, I'm stuck. Again!
Sigh. I left it alone. I haven't been writing for a minute.
*deep set frown*
Them: *shifts uncomfortably* Stuck with what?
You: Bruh, with what else? World building.
*clicks tongue in frustration*
Fam, I've been there. Done that.
Bought the T-shirt, and burned it.
Which is why I created: World Building Bootcamp.
It is NOT your typical fantasy world building course. You'll be going beyond tips, ideas, and theories. You'll actually build your world from top to bottom!
Because this world is ready for the next Middle Earth.
And it's time for YOU to create it.
By the time you're done with the course you'll have:
— Developed your universe
— Your worlds cultures
— Your worlds governments
— Its magic system
— Its various societal structures
— The education system
— Allies and enemies within
— Laws, treaties, wars
— Technology and all it's advancements
And so, so, so much more!
❝ Every day that I started I could not stop from writting! You made me think more of what I expected and I can say that my story will grow a lot with your help and through this beautiful course! Also I really loved all the activities and the order that you put them because maybe it would never pass in my mind but you show me how to enrich my fantasy world. Thank you for improve my witting skills and for show me that I am capable to do whatever I want, because this was really important in my writting process! Continue helping others like me because you did it excellent!❞
Andrea - Fantasy Scripter
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Stephanie BwaBwa is a Fantasy Novel Coach and Epic Fantasy Author. A woman who loves her coffee and tea and writing all day. Her sweet jam is helping first-time fantasy writers craft their stories from all their confusing ideas into a well-laid-out outline so they can write their best novel. You can usually catch her reading, watching the next Disney flick, or stewing over her next story.