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The birth of a novel, especially the first, is always exciting, that too... the pursuit of creating it,.... we feel like an artist... painting with words.....
that is how i feel these days..... Inventing places and characters makes me happy..... but it disturbs me when i FIND IT HARD to find a suitable place and time for my story...... should i use an imaginary place or real world places,,.....?
It depends on what type of story it is. What type of story is it? What's it about?
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It's a fiction... it goes like this.... It is about a person(protagonist), his dream, and a child in his dream... though the story goes on only for a day... it is in his dreams that the story proceeds for a long time... starts with a train journey - protagonist meets a child in the journey- breaks his train journey to join the child -makes an adventurous journey by walk to a place they doesn't know in search of a place... some how finds it. ... then ...... ... .. . . .... dream ends!
search for an imaginary child - retracing a dream- ...-.... . . surprise!
it's just a broken summary
real places with a tinge of the person's dreamworld...
Yea, I sorta understand the summary, I think you can do what physics said. Real places with a hint of dream in it. Or you could make up places since it's a dream