Science fiction is similar to fantasy in that you can make a lot of stuff up, which is a fun way to write.
This is a versatile genre that can be molded into anything you want.
While at summer camp over a decade ago, five teenagers’ lives became irrevocably intertwined. As passengers disembark from a transatlantic flight, they start to experience amnesia—all of the passengers except one. A writer loses the ability to distinguish reality from the fantastical worlds of his or her stories. The protagonist is obsessed with serial killers and decides to make a documentary film reenacting their most horrific crimes. Some relationships aren’t simple enough to be classified as toxic or healthy. In a country that rants and raves about freedom, the government decides that its people should not be allowed to drink liquor.
On the first day of school, two best friends discover a frightening secret about one of their new teachers.
Dystopian is a fun genre to read and experience, but writing it can be just as enjoyable. Historical fiction can be a combination of educational and entertaining.
Having fun while learning how to become a better writer is of utmost importance. It tests a writer’s research skills as well as knowledge.
But this summer is going to bring more than sunshine and easy days at the beach because something terrifying and unimaginable is lurking in the water. An elderly couple traveling through the desert spends an evening stargazing and sharing memories of their lives. Write about a historical natural disaster that caused death and destruction to a small number of people and therefore never received national or international attention. The protagonist is about to drift off to sleep only to be roused by the spontaneous memory of an embarrassing moment from his or her past.
Everyone is getting tired of the cold and eagerly anticipating summer.
It will walk you through each section of a typical thriller.
It includes the basics of a thriller structure, without stifling your creativity.