Originally posted by shanti05
An , thats true, also humans are living in this world as charracter thats what I see pull him from this world and put him in ur story.. I think thats how it works..
When u write an autobiography about urself u become a character and u add things surrounding you the same gets fabricated into the authors creation when he writes his story and somewhere u will find urself in that..
Now a days I think characters have scaled a lot and always interesting to see the adaptation of that in the world of the authors eyes...
Yep, we all are characters living in the world, but pale shadows of the ones breathing in the fictional world.
I take Shanti who is studying or studied in so and so college on planet Earth and make her the Don of some fictitious planet far away. She will have the traits of a human (as she belonged to Earth before) but her education won't work in that other planet, she will have to learn new tricks and educate herself again to be the successful DON of that planet.
See I made you an author-backed character
Autobiography is different from fiction. You just cannot ignore facts or make-up some story in that.