So far, we have completed our discussion on the four primary components of fiction writing namely Setting, Plot, Narrative, and Characters, and two of the minor ones, Tone and Mood.
If you have missed any of the above, I’d strongly urge you to take a look at them…
In this post, we take a look at some of the components that do not necessarily need to know, in order to employ them. You may just learn how to use them through natural disposition, or through experience and practice.
After all, catapult weapons were invented more than 1500 years before Newton was born, and the stones would still hit the fortified walls, not fly into outer space…
This is, to be honest, the least important tip, so far, but you never know what may end up helping you…
Continue reading Writer Guy’s Tip #6: Some Minor Components
In the earlier posts, we have completed our discussion on the four primary components of fiction writing, namely Setting, Plot, Narrative, and Characters.
Now, we take a look at the components do not necessarily need to be addressed, in order to actually write a book, but can differentiate between an ordinary one and a good one.
Therefore, I would advise you to start writing only after you have read this post.
Continue reading Writer Guy’s Tip #5: Tone and Mood
by William Shakespeare
“Now let it work. Mischief, thou art afoot. Take thou what course thou wilt.”
Now, as some of you might point out, this is an exceptional case, and for obvious reasons… But, you know, it is a “book”, right… And I have dabbled with drama as well, when I was younger, and not to brag, but I was always pretty good with the words… Continue reading Book of the Week #7: