FANTASY NOVELS. Read over 120 pitches and loglines

Stories involving the supernatural, paranormal, monsters, creatures, witches etc.. have been a part of humankind long before printed literature. They started in the art of the spoken word 1000s of years ago and have evolved into the mass consumption of what they are today.

Fantasy literature emerged in the Victorian times with works of Mary Shelley, William Morris and George MacDonald. Then it was popularized in the entire world with the major influence of J. R. R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit (1937)” and “The Lord of the Rings (1954-55)” which opened the doors to the modern fantasy novels of today.

Fantasy gives the writer the freedom of expression where they have the ability to use any story-telling element to strengthen the narrative. They “worldbuild” their story as they can create any setting and situation they desire. It gives the writer a lot of freedom of expression and it can become a great escape for the readers to delve into these mystical lands.

    Read over 120 Fantasy loglines and pitches from emerging writers:

    Example of a Fantasy Logline:

    Title: JACK POTOLO (Trilogy)

    Written by: Lucy Boutaleb

    Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy,

    Type: NOVEL

    LOGLINE: “Jack POTOLO” is a YA Fantasy Adventure in which young Potolo is entrusted to embark on a quest to discover the final evidence of an ancient extra-terrestrial visitation connected to the Dogon’s incredible esoteric knowledge of cosmology with extraordinary consequences.

      Or, WATCH a Fantasy VIDEO PITCH:

Please enjoy.

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