Fantastic Beasts and How to Write About Them

Fantasy author Ciara Ballintyne has been blogging about mythical creatures, and she’s done a nice job of organizing information about different types of fantastic animals into distinct categories. ┬áHer first post discusses different types of dragons, her second post discusses different types of mythical horses, and her latest post discusses different mythical creatures of the sky. ┬áDefinitely worth a read and likely a bookmark–if you want to have that information readily available when working on incorporating beasties of your own into your fantasy narrative.

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