How to Start my novelWhat do I do to start my novel?
Getting started with your novel
Well, your protagonist is still a little blurry. When you have a creeping hunch, you should write, just act on that hunch. When I think about it that way, it's past the point of starting to write. But until I write the first sketch of a novel and then complete the script, I won't have done everything right.
It is nothing, if not an adventurous thing to write. After you have found out when to start to write, it's the next place to start your novel. In the beginning of the storyline, the readers are spoiled with a part of the ordinary lives of your protagonist. Feminist literature or a personality sketch focusing on an emerging arch of characters could cope well with this kind of point of departure, but not always.
It' all depend on the needs of history. Her incitement, the place where the protagonist's ordinary live is irreversibly disturbed, can be more mighty if you allow your readers to connect to your protagonist first. This kind of thing started slowly from the beginning, so she fell out of favour.
But I will tread on my soap box and contradict the widespread idea that today's readers have to do something on page one. Excitement, yes, but I strongly believe that something can be done later if you address the readers with an open mind. One example of a history that has been chronological from the beginning is David Copperfield of Charles Dickens (Affiliate Link).
Starting at the place where the lives of your principal figure are irreversibly altered, it can help attract the reader's interest. But because of the fast tempo it can be a problem that your readers connect to your protagonists. You' also need to inform your readers about the regularity of your characters lives after they have altered without discarding the background story.
As an example, an activity adventures novel is usually good for this kind of beginning. "It begins after the plot begins, with much of the plot unveiled through flashback, self-observation and dialog. In spite of the difficulty involved, it is still a worthwhile option as it immerses the readers in the river of a history.
One example is HomersOdyssee (Affiliate Link), which begins when Ulysses goes home after the Troy war. The novel, which begins at or near the end of the novel, invites the readers to know what it is. Due to this dynamism, the beginning at the end can be a peremptory way to start a crime novel.
You can tell the history in chronological order from the beginning of the film. Occurrences can also get out of control, although this technology can be a challenge. It can even develop backwards, bit by bit. The reversed timeline is not so often used for whole books, but one example is Time's Arrow by Martin Amos (Affiliate Link).
Wherever you start your novel finally will depend on your own interpretations of the history and what is expected within its genres. It is important that you read within the genres of your novel to draw your attention to establishing convention. It is a good notion, however, if your history and the markets require it. You will find the comments on the top of the article under the heading.
I' m also working on a romance thriller in an Irishman palace, but then the historic fairy tale also has me under control.