I think my writing process is extremely critical to my writing. I am the primary writer and have my own set of rules, but I think that if I were trying to write an entire book, I would have to change my style. I would want to write a few short stories, but I don’t have the time to write a lot of novels. (I’m writing a short novel in a notebook, so I don’t actually have a long novel in my possession.
I think the reason why I was writing a short novel in a notebook was because I knew that I wanted to write a long novel (or several) someday. And I really wanted to see how it worked out before I was committed to a longer one. I just wanted to be able to write and see if it was a good idea. My intention was to write a short book of about 300 pages so I could make a few changes to improve it.
He also wrote the first six volumes of the Twilight series, from beginning to end, from Twilight to Eclipse, and he wrote the first seven books in the Dragonlance series. His short novel, which I have about 600 pages in, is the Dragonlance series. I think that’s pretty cool.
Well, his first six volumes of the Twilight series were basically written in a similar style to James himself. His first seven books in the Dragonlance series were written entirely in the style of the original series. So to write a novel in the style of James, in the first six volumes, which covers both worlds and the events that began those worlds, is pretty impressive.
I’m not a fan of James’ work. I love the way he follows the events of the first book in a way that he doesn’t. But I’ve been wondering if this kind of stuff is actually the case.
Its not. You can read any of James McBrick’s books in the style of the original series. For the Dragonlance series, he used a very similar style to his first two books in the series, The Book of the Dark Sun and The Eye of the World. But his style in the Dragonlance series is very different. Im not sure if this is because of his style or his writing.
It could be that he was writing the Dragonlance series as a way to make money, he was making money from it, and he was just trying to write the Dragonlance series as fast as he could. But I suspect that is not the case. He was a very prolific writer, and he wrote a lot of books.
I think James McBride was also a prolific writer, but I find it hard to believe that his style has much to do with his writing. What I have observed though, is that his books are very different from what we see in a Dragonlance game.