Fiction in Thai
Writing a Fiction Thai Novel is not as hard as you may think. In fact, it can be extremely easy. It’s very challenging if you’re writing on a subject that is new to you. In most cases, all you need is a little research and some creative writing for the plot.
Writing a fiction Thai novel is easy if you have an idea of where to take the story. You can create a plot using just a few simple facts. This information can be from a travel agency or maybe a library. When writing a story in Thai, you need to make sure the characters are original. That is, they should be people who would actually speak and behave in the way they are described in the story. If the character acts in an original manner and says exactly what is being said, this is great.
However, many times this will not happen. Thailand is a place full of people who speak English. You may find that the story is not entirely centered in Thailand. In this case, you may want to include other countries or regions.
Fiction Thai novels should not be too long, no more than 500 pages. Fiction Thai novels can be graphic and talk about graphic things such as body horror and gang rape. That is OK as long as it stays within the realm of the story. If the story is too gory and it goes way over the edge, it probably will lose its appeal to readers.
When planning your story in Thai, make sure it has a beginning, middle, and an end. Each part should tell a complete story with twists and turns throughout. You do not have to start everything in the middle. If you are writing a novel that has many characters, it might be easier to start things in the middle and work outwards.
There are several places you could start your story. Your local library has hundreds of books on tape and you can borrow some of them for free. Also, your local newspapers offer many free stories and articles. Another option would be writing your story in a screenplay format. You can either find a screenplay editor or get one to write your story for you.
Once you have your story written, you will need to find a Thailand travel agent or an agent that specializes in book tours. These agents would be able to arrange all of your visas, make hotel arrangements, get you a room, and show you around. They will even act as a translator for you if the language is a problem. Most tour companies would also want you to sign non-disclosure agreements, so they would not disclose any information about your trip to anyone else. The tour company usually pays the agent a percentage of the tour’s cost.
When writing a fiction novel, keep it simple. Thai characters should never have more than two names. If you have more than one character, stick to using one word for each character. Also, make sure to add humor where it is appropriate. You should not mention religion or specific parts of the country unless you are specific about the places you want to visit. Writing fiction in Thai will take time, but if you keep at it, you will eventually make a great story.
There are many writing conventions in Thailand that writers can learn about. If you plan on writing there, this would be a good place to start. Many Thais love literature, and anything that tells their story is a treasure to them. Even if the story is fictional, writing about a real life event in Thailand would be appreciated. If you plan on teaching English, a short trip to the country during which you teach your students about Thai culture would be a wonderful way to spend your vacation.
A lot of writers find it helpful to use pictures to describe scenes in their stories. If possible, visit some sites in Thailand that depict the country in its most popular form. This will give you an idea of what you are getting into. There are many books available to help you get started. Most cities and large towns in Thailand have public libraries that contain many books on various topics.
Another important aspect of writing a Thai novel is research. After you have been to Thailand and researched the places you will be visiting, make a list of all the resources you will need. Use these resources to create scenes and descriptions. When you have completed your manuscript, read it out loud and make sure it is perfect.