How do you write a fantasy story?
First you come up with an idea. It doesnt have to be very elaborate yet, just an idea about what your writing. Next you come up with characthers and a plot. Finnaly you start writing, it really depends on if you can think of the ideas, not the grammar or anything else. Two great examples of my writing are Life as We Knew It and The Dead and the Gone. By me, Susan Beth Pfeffer
Well it depends on the book. If the adventure story could happen in real life and is not made up then it is not a fantasy, but if it the adventure book is made up and would never happen in real life then it is fantasy. (An adventure story is usually a story where the character(s) are taking a trip or a journey. A fantasy story is made up.)
C.S. Lewis was a consumate writer and, like many writers, once he gets a story in his head, he (almost literally) can't stop until the story is down on paper. According to his recollection, he first got the idea for a fantasy story when he was sixteen, and began to write it when he was about forty. The story changed over the ten years it took to write, and it was published in 1949.