Always write everything down you see and visualize on a subject immediately. Micromanage subject areas with additional entries of words and phrases that may make your story more interesting. Take a notebook and study people, recollections of circumstances are inspiration for: setting, protagonist, antagonist in conflict with protagonist, narrative method, dialogue, conflict, mood/atmosphere, theme the central story idea. Connect with your surroundings through: sight, sound, smell, taste, with a sense of feeling sun, snow or shadows to add realism having a purpose for story advancement.
Writing ideas that attract you may be uncomplicated. A character idea may be the discovery of an everyday occurrence that develops profound effects outside the expected. As a writer you are the captain of your ship and create the course of your story.
How a character thinks and talks in a descriptive presentation to other characters is your voice. The voice of a third person narrator is separate observing the story progress and not participating. The writer expresses who the character is and why they act and interact. Action is used to show how the event happened and its results. Dialogue a clear natural movement of speech and how much further extraordinary the incident is; the more you are freed to come up with solutions and direction that make sense. Your story is about the incident and answers questions that develop from an incident.
Drive your protagonist into an unexpected transition with purpose through action, and notice the links fit into place. Without over explanation from each characters perception, how did they get into their position and what course will achieve their resolution? Each character type has dialogue to further their purpose. A reader connects through dialogue in an experience enhanced with daily understood communication through speech. In the course of dialogue for each character type there should be an understood connecting presentation. Your story presentation is directed to the type of readers who may have an interest in your story.
To write a novel planning and attention are needed. Choose ideas important to you and that you’re interested in to share your writing. Scenes are one technique to open your mind up to great novel writing ideas. Think about novels you have read or films that gave you enjoyment and advanced your view of the world. How did they direct you with new insight in a way that was profound? List your favorites writing down what they have in common and their most interesting sections. What your favorite stories have in common may be written in different genres. Literary fiction (in general is meaning,) is anything that does not fit into a genre fiction (more entertainment.) Depending, literary and genre can be shared. Not all publishers work with every genre. Check books similar to your writing to understand classification.