We are building a community for fans of fantasy fiction. Make a post with the hashtag #FantasyFansUnited on any of your social media accounts. All posts should be related to fantasy fiction, cinema, or artwork.
Fantasy Fans United
This call to action, and this week’s Coffee Question comes from Evanston, Illinois.
Who else is looking for fantasy on WordPress?
When looking through the WordPress Reader, a friend of mine noticed the under-representation of fantasy enthusiasts on WordPress.
Knowing that there is a wealth of people interested in fantasy fiction, world building, swords and sorcery, magic, and medieval-inspired stories and novels, we couldn’t help but pose this question this week.
This Week’s Questions
Are you looking for fantasy too? What kind of fantasy content do you want to see on WordPress? Do you have a fantasy blog, website, or other content that you could share?
Sharing your thoughts, content, and WordPress sites allows other readers to see your enthusiasm for this genre.
Paper Palaces may decide to feature your blog posts and site content on Twitter and Instagram if it is relevant to future posts and questions.
Read my answers to these question below, or start sharing your own answers in the comments section!
I’m definitely looking for more fantasy on WordPress. I would like to see more fantasy book reviews, short stories, and novelists. I’m interested in characters with depth and magical worlds that feel complete. Honestly, I’ll follow any content that seems interesting or tickles my interest.
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What’s your answer? Comment below or post on your blog with the hashtag #fantasyfansunited.
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