Writing books is fun. You get to create your own world where you make all the rules in it. You get to make the background stories of all the characters and you get to choose their destinies. You will be the painter of an artwork except you fill this artwork with words that paints ideas more potently than ay brush of colors can do. That is because you let the readers imagine and conceptualize the words that you have used to portray your stories.
However, with great power comes with great responsibility. This “famous words” holds true in the realm of writing and bookmaking. The freedom that a writer has must be tempered with facts. Writers must espoused to insert facts even in fiction stories so that readers will still relate to the struggles of your heroes in your books. Simply doing away with all the facts might make the story fuzzy or even unrelatable.
Medical Conditions in Fiction Books
Writers tend to populate stories with leading, protagonist or antagonist, characters. As such, the story and the plot will usually revolve around this characters. With this in mind, plots may also revolve around the health of characters.
Fantasy books will not share much of the burden of basing the medical conditions of their characters with facts. Magical potions and/or cures populate the realms of fantasy books. For example, a plot can revolve around Character A finding potion B to heal his/her companion ,Character C.
Fictional books that are based on real-life conditions will have a harder time in this approach. Books that are based on real-life conditions must stick to facts in order for their books to be excellent. They do not have the excuse of fantasy books by just eschewing real life. With that being said, the health condition of the characters of this category must be true to life.
For example, if a character is suffering hernia, the way that the writer expound about this debilitating condition must be based on facts. So to must be the cure (for hernia) that the writers must apply in the story of ever the character in question will heal from said disease. Most writers in this category will do just that because the story, for all intents and purposes, must be true to life.
It goes without saying that books that caters to medicine students must be based on facts. This category of books are not fiction-based but based on real medicine facts. As such, the writers in this category must stick to facts. Medical papers that have been written can provide a lot of good info about what works and doesn’t.
For example, in writing about hernia, writers must describe it in medical terms. They must also put forth the medicinal cures that are useful for any ailment that their books may cover. For example, the writer must use the correct procedure on how to cure hernia if said ailment will be used in the book. The writers cannot deviate from this fact about hernias (or any ailment for that matter). They must stick to facts or their books will lose their credibility.