Welcome to Invisible Ink! Whatever has brought you here, I’m gad to have you and hope that you decide to stay a while. My name is Whitney. I’m an avid fantasy writer and blogger, currently working on my debut novel, Alpha Female. When I’m not writing, you can usually find me under a large pile of purring cats or amid collapsed bookshelves.

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  1. Hi Whitney. I also write fantasy, sf, vignettes, slice of life, action/thriller. I just started a writing blog and agree there doesn’t seem to be much support for fantasy writers. I’ll try and rectify that also, although my blog is not focused on one genre, but writing in general.
    ~ Carol

  2. I write mostly fiction, sf, historical fiction, and poetry, but my main love in reading is fantasy and sf, especially where the two connect seamlessly. I’m looking forward to your ideas about writing fantasy!

      1. Yes and no. I used it a while ago for about three months, but I haven’t used it for blogging before because I’d been using blogspot.

  3. I haven’t been to your blog in a while but I’ve noticed there’s been much change to it. Writing is great thing to have and I’ve enjoyed having a chance to read through some of yours. I would like to nominate you for the Versatile Blogger Award.

    1. Thanks Doug! I’ve been reading your comments over on Madison’s blog for a while and I kept meaning to check your blog out. πŸ™‚ The road is certainly more enjoyable with friends.

  4. HI Whitney – it’s admirable that you’re banging the drum for fantasy writing and fantasy writers. My fantasy writing is mainly aimed at kids, with some YA and some adult fiction too. I’ve recently started my blog and would love receive feedback, and of course, a following!

  5. Hi Whitney, I’m a fantasy and a historical fiction writer and love both genres. But particularly the sub-genres of Arthurian and medieval hist.fict, historical romance and historical fantasy; essentially the sub-genres in which my own books are published.

    I have a vital reference book for my fantasy writing: it’s my all time bible!
    Carol Rose’s Encyclopedia of Spirits, Faeries, Gnomes and Goblins and i can recommend it to everyone. I had to buy it 2nd-hand from Amazon four years ago as it was o.o.p. Prior to that I had almost borrowed my library’s copy permanently!
    Looking forward to following your blog.

    1. That title sounds vaguely familiar. I will have to see if I can find it somewhere as well, since I’m always looking for new reference books. What are the titles of your books, as I would like to look into those as well. And thank you for reading!

  6. Hi, Whitney. My friend Nathan at Writer’s Codex said you had a cool blog and I must agree! I write fantasy too. Glad you are reaching out to folks. I’d like to reach back. πŸ™‚ See you around!

  7. Your blog is really cool πŸ™‚ I’m currently working on my first novel and hoping to have it done before the end of the year. I write crime/thriller and I can’t wait until my book is finally done and my authors website is up. Anyways, we Definatly have to keep in touch. Keep writing, I love your blog πŸ˜‰

    1. Thanks Matt πŸ™‚ I’ve been working really hard on the blog lately so it’s good to know its appreciated. That’s pretty cool that you write thrillers. I feel like adding that element of suspense is something I struggle with in my own writing so I tend to minimize situations that could lean that way. Looking forward to reading your posts.

  8. Hey Whitney, thanks for following my blog. That gave me the window to come check out yours, and I was very impressed by the wealth of resources you’ve produced here. I’ll be reading everything you have written thus far and will be waiting patiently for more content.

  9. Hi Whitney, thanks for visiting and following my blog. I like what you’ve got going on here: I used to write fantasy years ago when I first started writing, and am sure I’ll return to it again some day. It’s great to find a website with such useful resources in that regard.

    1. Thank you Janna! I work hard to make sure the information here is relevant and useful to writers, so I’m glad to know hear it’s actually working. Looking forward to seeing your future posts as well.

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