Basics to Science FictionA Lesson by Julia Simoneau
These are a few of the basics for science fiction. Every author writes differently, so some of my basics will help you create your own base.
With many of these courses, the lessons are rather long. In my course, I shall simply give you the basic tools to write your own piece. Every author has his own writing fingerprint, so I want you to learn what your fingerprint is.
*Research! Although this is science fiction, there must be science fact within it to make it believable. In cases where the setting is in a foreign time period, research modern knowledge, then apply it to your topic. It creates a far more believable outcome.
* Hold the foreign tongues please. In many science fiction pieces where aliens are used, the author will spend a while creating a new language. However, the new language can confuse the audience, so try to write in a known tongue.
* This is a story Make a plot! You would not believe how many times and the plot is simply a shallow science fiction. Write sub plots and use different literary devices. The science fiction is just genre and not the whole plot. As with a cheesy romance story is just about two people kissing with no conflict, a science fiction with no conflict is quite dull.
Added on October 14, 2011
Last Updated on October 14, 2011
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