Fiction Thai by Luang Prabun Noh
Fiction Thai is a term I make use of to categorize my short stories, novelizations and other non-fiction pieces. As a writer and publisher of fiction books, I am very familiar with the term but I doubt if many writers are. If you are wanting to write a novel based on a Thai story, you can try adding this genre to your vocabulary.
A fiction Thai will have many elements. Firstly, it will need a Thai story board. This is a document or layout plan for the book. It will list the events that occur in the book. Each scene or section will be described in detail, including the time of day, weather, the persons involved, and other such details.
In addition to a story board, each scene will need a story treatment. This is a synopsis of the story that gives a basic outline of what the story will contain and what the theme or point of focus will be. The purpose of the treatment or story board is to get a Thai writing ghost or editor’s attention to any potential issues or plot holes that might be present. While writing the treatment, keep in mind that different editors have different tastes.
Next, I will need a copy of the screenplay for any movies or television dramas I want to adapt. This screenplay needs to be in an accepted format that the Thai version of the story board accepts. One of the most common formats is Thai Watches. This is simply a storyboard where the director will describe the action and time of day while using a Thai translation of the script. I generally edit the screenplay by myself or with a small help from a friend. However, if you have sufficient experience in proofreading, editing and other film editing you could easily do the job.
After I have the story boards and treatments I need to arrange them in the manner that best suits the story. I always start at the top and work my way through the storyboard. If there are story breaks, these are inserted in the middle of the story board to give better impact. If there are scenes that I plan on re-skipping or cutting out, I do this now without worrying about the flow of the story.
One of the challenges of working on my own stories is that the story gets too long. My goal is to limit the length of the story treatments written. However, if a client insists that their story needs more development, it is possible to add extra scenes here and there until the story is in the best shape as possible.
As a writer wanting to write fiction you should consider the following advice. Firstly, read other people’s works. This will give you ideas about how to structure your stories and plot. Secondly, read the newspapers and magazines for current events in Thailand. This will give you some idea about the current affairs happening around Thailand.
When writing a fiction novel, you have to make sure that you keep the reader engaged. Forget about making it too plot based. The whole point is to draw the reader into the story. Once they start to read the book, they should be engrossed. Fiction Thai is a perfect choice for writing stories about Thailand.
The book starts off with an interesting premise. A war breaks out in Thailand, pitting the Royal Army of Thailand against the armies of two North African countries. A former princess has been kidnapped by one of the groups, forcing her to lead a group of fighters. The book rapidly moves into the background, and we follow the adventures of one of the main characters, a Thai named Randa. We learn more about Randa, who also happens to be the mother of a young woman who is desperately trying to protect her from what she perceives to be a brutal society.
The main conflict of the story centers around Randa’s desire to free the young woman from slavery. However, she soon discovers that there are a lot of people trying to help her get to safety. As her captors’ prepare to execute her, Randa must use all of her courage and determination to free herself. There are many strong female characters throughout the novel who display strength and courage, including Randa’s mother and a few other well-developed supporting characters. Overall, this story is very appealing.
This is an easy read that won’t take too long to finish. If you are looking for a good read that will keep you entertained, Thai writing is definitely for you. With its fast pace and engaging plot, it’s easy to see why. Try out some Thai Writing today! You’ll be glad you did!