How to write good fiction?

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All the good stories are out there waiting to be told in a fresh, wild way.

I didn’t say that; it was Ray Bradbury, but I could not have agreed more.

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    1. I think even in that case, an honest version of their experiences can be more effective and organic than a dramatised format. I often come across books in which it is clear that a particular incident is of personal importance to the writer but then they go all the way to ‘TELL’ readers what to think instead of ‘SHOWING’ the complete scene. That, I think, is wrong. At the end of the story, readers like to come up with opinions, not bombarded with morality. What do you think about this?

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