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fictional characters

Fictional Characters And Their Reality


They are pleasing to our senses, they inspire us, influence us, and they do not even exist. Fictional characters are imaginary people who mean a lot to us. They are sometimes more appealing to us than our own family. We react to them as if they are real; they instantly evoke an image in our heads. These people are the…

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real experience

Are These Writings Based on Real Experience?


Yes, they are and no, they are not. A writer naturally uses his real experience as well as his prolific imagination. I could claim that my characters are partially based on people I know, who inspire me. But why LoveBooklet is the Lady’s Emotional Encyclopedia? I use my mental faculties to speak from my entire, personal experience in answering the…

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Lady F’s Impediments In Writing


Writing is hard. To an aspiring writer, it is even strenuous.  Here are just some of the tribulations Lady F has come upon in her writing endeavors. How Is One To Hook A Reader? Here are some compelling openings of novels, critics find very cool: “There was a boy called Eustace Clarence Scrubb, and he almost deserved it.” “It is…

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Problems with Conflict

Problems with Conflict


Why beginner writers have problems with conflict? For some peculiar reasons, readers usually choose a world full of mysteries to a perfect world. They would prefer an elusive, dark and tense shadow in a marsh to blue skies and rivers flowing in all colors under a cradle in the air in which two lovers are ardently kissing. Why is the…

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What Is A Theme In Literature?


A Theme: The Heart of the Story The theme is the message or the lesson that the author wants to convey with his story. The theme is synonymous with root idea, central idea, goal, aim, driving force, subject, plan, plot or basic emotion… The “meaning” of a story, is not something to plan prior to writing. It shouldn’t be. It…

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world building

World Building For Every Genre


Genealogy This is the study of family history and the tracing of the character’s lineage. In your world it appears as the portraits of ancestors on the walls of the noble mansions, and the in tombs, and the graveyard statues. Especially, if your character is royal, or the ruler of a small kingdom, or of noble kinship, even a village…

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How To Organize Writing A Fiction Book In 10 Steps


Here’s how to get organized: Setting: Knowing where we are: I start with developing a fantasy world in my mind. I create maps. I gather hundreds of pictures from Pinterest and Tumblr to illustrate my world and its cultures. When the world is ready, as if you are boiling eggs: Throw in some Characters: What works best for me is…

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