Fiction writing is any kind of writing that is not factual. Fictional writing most often takes the form of a story meant to convey an author's point of view or simply to entertain. The result of this may be a short story, novel, novella, screenplay, or drama, which are all types (though not the only types) of fictional writing styles. Taken from wikipedia
This learning project will be focused in all things related to fiction. Initially, it will include basic questions and research about this important subject. The plan is that this project becomes a useful resource for writers of fiction. The novel writer usually cannot find many resources devoted to it, or at least does not know where to look. Nevertheless, the writer is made and not born; thus, any advice given here will only be of any use if the writer practices and learn by doing. Besides, this project will be just a guide given as helpful tips that may or may not apply to all writers. Take what you like and ignore or discuss the rest.
Fiction audio 
We are creating Fiction writing/audio as a new learning project. That page will contain audio streaming about fiction topics, mainly science fiction.
Practice and generate ideas 
Some of these could perhaps be used for interdisciplinary collaboration.
Place your comments about the text or the external links and sign them, to create a discussion.
Learning projects 
See also 
- VirileMail: novel written in collaboration.
- http://www.sff.net/people/moriarty/writing.html: has more information on writing what the writer loves to read.
- http://www.homepages.dsu.edu/JANKEJ/writing/tips.htm: useful tips