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What inspired HG Wells to write science fiction?

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Am allowed to use real city names or police department names in a fiction novel?


Yes as long as you have a disqualifier either on copyright page or in foreward page saying that even though some locations real any person or event is strictly the imagination of the writer.

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How do I deal with the fact that my life will never be as perfect as peoples lives in books?


Consider the irony of your situation: from my own experience with teen fiction, I remember that many of the characters' lives seemed average, bland, and simple until someone else came along. I wouldn't focus on trying to find your ideal existence, rather look at yourself as one of those characters on the brink of something extraordinary. Try identifying with the characters' lives in ways that are similar to your own, but don't try to perfect your own story when every story line has its obstacles.

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Do you have trouble connecting with fiction novels told in third person?


Yes. People are usually able to connect more with stories told in first person or by a narrator, whether fiction or not.

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What was the last non-fiction book you read?


Meditatios, Marcus Aurelius

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What classic should I read?


I have a bunch, but I'll list most of them.

Jane Eyre
To Kill a Mockingbird
Pride and Prejudice
Gulliver's Travels
The Odyssey
Emma
The Catcher in the Rye
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The Great Gatsby
Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
The Chronicles of Narnia
Moby-Dick
The Wizard Of Oz
The Three Musketeers
Hamlet
The Secret Garden
Sense and Sensibility

*Not in order of favorites, just randomness!!

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Character names for a shy girl for my story?


Think of the two shyest girls you have known in your life. Select the first name from one and the last name from the other. This will perhaps give you a good inspiration on how they will act while getting over their fears of talking to people.

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I'm writing a story based around a magical academy, does it sound too Harry Potter-y?


Judging by the information you included, I would say that (even if it bears some resemblance to Harry Potter) your world is unique to your own style. You said it yourself, too, houses are common in English schools. Not to mention the fact that schools of magic are a common theme in fiction itself.

Take "Little Witch Academia", for example. It's a magic school, there's witches and quills and all that, but the story is unique enough to be its own thing. As long as you put your own ideas into the story, it will be unique despite whatever it might remind people of. And even if it does remind people of Harry Potter, it could work to your advantage. If a scene is whimsical, it might bring back that feeling of going to Hogwarts for the first time, except the feeling is new because your story is also new.

Someone once said "good artists borrow, great artists steal". No matter what, you're going to find inspiration in things you like, it just happens, but the fact that you've taken that inspiration to put into your own world is great! Hope this helps!

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