- What exactly should he/she aim for?
- Who exactly should he/she cater to?
- How much picturization is essential?
- Should the fictional work go miles into futuristic technology that people can't relate to or relate more to present/past times?
2. He/She wants a relation created between the reader and the protagonist by making the protagonist a strong multi-faceted character (more of a binding with the character).
3. He/She wants the colour of humour and light-hearted stature to warm the reader’s minds than mind boggling suspense.
These are some of the very few aims a fiction writer can have in mind before going about filling the parchment.
The inculcation of traditions, facts and complicated vocabulary can only mean the book has been set aside for the more professional readers, with a mind that can take in and relate to the author. Or else the book can cater to a larger audience without any segregation, a work of literature that can relate to anybody.
There can be an extensive picturization or a more direct passage to the plot of the story.There is another important factor that needs to be taken care of when channelling all your thought into the book. How fictional do you want the book? It can be as fictional as Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park or more relatable like the Jeffrey Archer and David Baladacci novels. Even Dan Brown took to the relatable topic of religion to gain prominence as that is a field which takes up a lot of interest, basically trying to build a connection to the past.
Written by Adishesh Premkumar
An ardent believer in lethargy. An astute follower of all the good things in life.