11 Creative Ways to Write About anthology series
I have written a couple anthologies that I love to recommend. The first is The Three Levels of Self-Awareness, about the most important things that we can do to be our best selves. The second is the A-Z Book of Fools, about the most funny and dumb things people do.
One of my favorite anthology series is the Star Wars anthology series. Although I’m not a big fan of the movie, I absolutely love the individual booklets. When I read them, I feel like the author actually knows me, and has learned a few things from me in the process. I love that it’s done in a way that is less “I’m gonna be the next Luke Skywalker” and more “I’m a Jedi, so I guess this is kind of my thing.
The main reason I love the Star Wars anthology series is that it is also a bit of a draw, and it is a little bit different from the other four-way installments in the Star Wars anthology series. You can have a lot of different stories in a single book but the main difference is that the Star Wars anthology is a set of stories that are presented in a different way, whereas the anthology series is a set of stories that are presented in the same way.
First, the anthology series is just a set of stories. So it is not a book. Second, the anthology series is presented as a set of stories. So it is a book. And third, the anthology series is presented as a set, so it is a book.
For the original anthology series, there were several sub-series that were presented in the same way. So for instance, the first anthology series was presented as a sub-series of the original Star Wars anthology series. Again, this is not a book. But if the anthology series were a book, there wouldn’t be a sub-series.
The original anthology series was a set of standalone stories (usually one story per book) presented in a book format. The original anthology series of stories was presented as a set of standalone stories (usually one story per book). The original anthology series of stories was presented as a set of standalone stories (usually one story per book).
The sub-series is another way of referring to the anthology series. It’s a way of referencing the series in the book format.
The sub-series would be the story within the collection, and the series would be the one book. Its an idea that I am all too eager to get into. I know I keep doing this, but I think it would be a really cool thing.
Not to mention that the sub-series is great for the idea that the writers can get a lot of mileage out of the idea of just letting their imagination run wild.
I’m all for it. I think it would be really interesting to see how authors like Tom Clancy, Terry Pratchett, and Joss Whedon each approach their stories, but I also think it would be great for them, and for me, because it would give me another way to explore the thematic elements in the story.