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
This is under the assumption that you have already read the previous post, regarding the setting of your story, otherwise I’d just keep repeating myself, you see…
For all first time readers, let me just specify a few things that would help you make the most of this post:
- At this stage, you need to have a rough idea of the plot, and the primary characters of your story.
- You have a fair idea of the setting of your world.
- You have not written too large a chunk of your story and want to plan out the rest, or you have written a considerable amount and feel slightly lost.
Even if you do not quite fit into the above criteria, I hope you do find something that makes it worthwhile. Continue reading Writer Guy’s Tip #2: The Plot