To be more precise, I am talking about your primary character(s) thinking. I love prose and try to use it. But the fact is that seeing the world through the eyes of a character is a very powerful tool.
Part of making your story realistic is to have the right information about a place or event.
Making it Real means enabling your readers imagination.
What is Backstory?
It is a tool writers use to acquaint readers with a character, place, or event. Instead of recreating the entire situation or character’s history, you can tell or have your characters fill in the details. This can take place in a few paragraphs or scenes.
How Do I Use the Readers’ Imagination?
While it isn’t rocket science, it isn’t all that easy either. I wish I could tell you that there is one simple formula that fits all genres and all books. There are principles that fit, but applying them differs from book to book, genre to genre.
Because when you are writing fiction or non-fiction research is a necessary and a sometimes overlooked necessity.
Writing a Bible-based novel can be successful or risky. But if you use these simple guidelines you should be able to appeal to a large audience.
The Bible talks about there being a time for this and a time for that. Is there a time for swearing? Don’t people swear?
Of course, they do! And some people, not all, swear profusely. But should a writer include swear words?
Anytime the reader uses his or her imagination it is a good thing.
A good trailer is about atmosphere and a glimpse into your story. There are three elements needed: visuals, soundtrack, and a story.