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How Can I Write an Introductory Chapter of a Novel Aimed at a Teenage Audience?’

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Research suggests that teenagers read books that illicit distinctive feelings, therefore I had to incorporate relatable, stimulating characters, and strong stories combining adventure, fantasy and drama. I used personal occurrences as sources of inspiration and wrote from a distinctly teenage perspective, creating motivations, fears and mysteries to introduce the main themes of the novel. Similarly, to popular teenage novels, my chapter centred on an unconventional character, focusing on themes of friends, family and loss – major subjects in the lives of many adolescents.

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Literature Fiction Humanities Children's literature Young adult fiction Fiction writing Harry Potter Twilight Writer Judy Blume
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I intend to determine the aspects that readers enjoy and appreciate in a novel, and the techniques authors use to fashion an entertaining read for teenagers. I will subsequently apply these techniques and styles, used by professional authors, in the form of a singular introductory chapter of a popular genre, in an attempt to emulate the styles of novels written for adolescents. The chapter will be a compilation of the researched preference of the teenage target audience. Consideration/Refinement of Topic: My original intention for the Research Project was to write, film and edit a short film, and analyse the step-by-step process of this, as filmmaking was my primary career choice previosuly - the reasoning behind this being that creating one ...
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