Welcome to another day in the A to Z Blogging Challenge. Find the entire list here. My theme this year is world-building. Mostly I’m asking questions that I believe need to be considered whether you creating a medieval fantasy world, a science fiction story or even a contemporary novel. The ideas I present aren’t in a particular order as I had to fit them into the alphabetical order needed. And don’t forget to visit the other blog I’m part of during the A to Z Challenge over at the IWSG. Now onto your world.Relatives often provide all the drama needed for a great story plot. Kinship can be complicated in many ways. A great example is the TV show Once Upon a Time where it seems like a family connection is revealed every week. And many of the family members are life long enemies. Devising a family tree to keep track of familial relationships from generations ago can help build your world's history and expose opportunities for story complexities.
Have you read a book with unique family connections? Do you like books with family-enemies, frenemies, at the center of the conflict? Know some fictional families that would have really terrible family gatherings?