By Ann Starkey
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I was concerned, as most writers are, to draw the reader along, and to keep them with me. Second, there are a number of composite characters which draw upon several people I have known. While I did this in order to hide the identity of actual people, I believe that this technique has enabled me to create more subtle portraits. Third, I recreate conversations which took place long before I was born. As I point out in the short author’s note in Jewels and Ashes, while all place names and historical events were thoroughly researched, ‘this is not primarily a work of history.
While these ‘bit parts’ can add colour and movement, they also slow the action, clutter the foreground and confuse the reader. As you review and edit your work, you may well find yourself cutting out superfluous characters, or making it clear—by not naming or developing them—that they are merely ‘extras’ who will disappear. Even so, minor characters need to be believable, not props or stereotypes. While generally not as developed in their complexity as the main characters, they can be made vivid on the page quickly by means of a particular physical tag, manner of speaking, personality trait or name.
Fiction is fact distorted into truth. E D WA R D A L B E E I’ve often heard people say, ‘I’m going to write a fiction novel’. Perhaps they understand ‘novel’ to mean ‘book’, for on the face of it the statement is tautological: a novel is fiction. It also implies that there could be such a thing as a non-fiction novel, which is absurd. Or is it? This chapter examines types of fiction, some reasons for fiction’s enduring appeal, and the recent blurring between fiction and non-fiction. T H E C H A N G I N G N AT U R E O F F I C T I O N storytelling There has always been an oral tradition of storytelling.
Crochet for baby by Ann Starkey