How to write believable fiction


There are many articles on the internet, in books, and advice from authors/editors on how to write believable fiction.  One of the best online sites I found was Novel-Writing-Help.com   The articles are in-depth and far more extensive than I could go into here.  If you’re looking for information on

this site has what you’re looking for.

But what if you’re having difficulty coming up with a race of characters or a world or anything fantasy?  Maybe a character name or even a title for a book?   That’s where GENERATORS are invaluable.  Might I suggest the following:

Romance Title Generator

Seventh Sanctum – for any and all writer needs.  Awesome site.

Place Name Generator – Seventh Sanctum also has ‘place’ generators

Character profiles

Or maybe you’re brain’s frozen and you can’t think of anything to write about. Try:

Again, my first choice is Seventh Sanctum.  Afterwards, head over to these sites.

Plot Generator

Writers Plot Ideas

Logline generator

Need a twist to your plot but you don’t know what to do?  Try:

Plot Twist Generator

And when you’re done goofing around for a few hours, head over to your word processor or your notebook or whatever method you choose to write, and get busy on that novel!  The world is waiting to read your words!

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16 thoughts on “How to write believable fiction

  1. I love this article, and these type of sites. Though I rarely use their suggestion verbatim, they are always a great place to spark ideas. Most of these sites I haven’t visited yet either, so double bonus. 😀 Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Yes, I play with it too much sometimes, except for Seventh Sanctum. That’s really a great site to come up with new characters, places. they have great interviews, links to map making… I can get lost on that site.

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