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Reuse the worlds! Force yourself to write novels within the worlds you have created until the number of background pages is eclipsed by the number of story pages. Surely that much detail will give you more than one story. Let the stories be unrelated, you don't have to write a series, just stay on the same planet/in the same universe.

This has the additional benefit of allowing readers to be shown the rules one time and then never have to be told again. Specific examples include using Tolken elves, dwarves, etc. without having to explain what it means to be an elf/dwarf. credit => Nathan C. Tresch

Reuse the worlds! Force yourself to write novels within the worlds you have created until the number of background pages is eclipsed by the number of story pages. Surely that much detail will give you more than one story. Let the stories be unrelated, you don't have to write a series, just stay on the same planet/in the same universe.

Reuse the worlds! Force yourself to write novels within the worlds you have created until the number of background pages is eclipsed by the number of story pages. Surely that much detail will give you more than one story. Let the stories be unrelated, you don't have to write a series, just stay on the same planet/in the same universe.

This has the additional benefit of allowing readers to be shown the rules one time and then never have to be told again. Specific examples include using Tolken elves, dwarves, etc. without having to explain what it means to be an elf/dwarf. credit => Nathan C. Tresch

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Reuse the worlds! Force yourself to write novels within the worlds you have created until the number of background pages is eclipsed by the number of story pages. Surely that much detail will give you more than one story. Let the stories be unrelated, you don't have to write a series, just stay on the same planet/in the same universe.