Fiction Thai Writing is an imaginative literary genre of literary creative writing which involves creative non-fiction creative writing in a creative fictional style, mostly on Thai History, Culture and Thai Mythology. The main goal of the writing is to write either a commercial article or a write up for the company but rather to tell an interesting story that would make the readers sit up and take notice. Since fiction Thai writing requires some level of creativity, it is important to choose topics which are interesting and which can make the reader sit up and take note.
The story structure of a fiction thai story mainly consists of three parts. First, we have the main story, which usually takes the form of a novel. The main character(s) in the novel will be the central subject of the story. This can be a person such as the King or a local Thai official or any other prominent figure from Thailand. Sometimes, the King is replaced by another character and sometimes by another country.
Once the main subject is decided on, the novel will now deal with the background or the backdrop of that particular novel. This is also known as the backdrop or the setting of the story. It is not uncommon to follow a short story format, which means the novel will have an introduction, body and conclusion, though sometimes a novel may have a start, finish and a middle section also. Most of the time, however, a fiction thai story follows a short story format.
After the background of the story is laid out, the next thing to deal with is the characters or the people involved in the story. This is where fiction Thai books set a particular theme or a specific point of view or genre for the novel. In fact, many of the modern day novels dealing with Thailand are set in Bangkok or other major cities throughout Thailand. One of the most popular and widely used themes in modern day Thai literature is the sad part of life. Many novels include sad and happy scenes as well as very unique scenes.
Another popular theme in recent Thai literature is the love triangle. These types of stories are quite common in historical fiction thai novels, particularly in regards to Jasmine Nights. The most popular love triangle in this genre is between Jafar, Nasir and Murt Badman. However, there are others including the likes of Prince Charming, Sanjeev and the Koh Phanganese.
In addition, many Thai literary works also deal with the lives of animals. There are many such books including the popular ‘The Wolf and the Loose Girl’. Other novels that deal with animals include the popular animal stories such as The Night Before the Dawn and A Crocodile Story.
Finally, the most popular genre within Thai fiction novels is the super hero. Superheroes such as action hero, Bond story, and detective story are very popular. In fact, many of the modern life superheroes were originally derived from Thai literature. For example, there is an ongoing story called The Scorpion King, which centres on the life of Thailand’s first King, a great fictional Thai King named Rama. The story revolves around a group of Thai Royal Navy Seals led by Captain Lin Feng, who rescues King Rama from a kingdom that intends to kill him in order to gain power over the country. The novel is full of action and has won many awards.
Overall, fiction books in Thailand are very diverse. They cover a huge variety of subjects including the human mind, animals, superstition, gods, kingdoms, and the country itself. The main characters within the book often have similarities to current political figures. For example, a character from The Scorpion King might be the current King of Thailand or the current Prime Minister. These fictional stories are a fun way for young people to learn about different aspects of the world in which they live.