Introduction: What is Light Novel? What are Psychological Skills? How Can They Be Used in a Novel? How Can You Apply These Skills in the Scene of a Light Novel?
Light novels are a form of storytelling that is useful for readers of all ages, seen as they are less time-consuming compared to regular books. These novels often have characteristically colorful illustrations, minimalist landscapes and a lot of dialogues. The dialogues are the key factor for a light novel as the words are carefully constructed to add some kind of humor, and the narrative is usually presented in a comedic way. However, light novels can vary depending on the creator’s personality. Some light novels tend to be more serious and dramatical, while other novels have a light-hearted atmosphere.
Light novels are based on the principle of ‘applying the skills of psychologically analyzing and understanding the human mind’. To be more specific, light novels tend to depict characters that have psychological problems or a trauma that is caused by some event in their life. These events can range from a death of a loved one, friendship problems, bullying and more. The goal of the character is usually to overcome their own flaws within themselves. This is usually done through the relationships that are formed with other characters, as well as the character’s own determination to change.
This article will explain how to use light novels to enhance your own imagination, and how you can use them as a source of inspiration for writing psychological stories.
Why Must You be Perfect to Write a Light Novel
The main highlight of a light novel is its simplicity. The whole story is often told through dialogues, as well as the character developing process. A lot of light novels also tend to focus on the comedic elements and might include some common tropes in order to create a certain effect on the reader. And since light novels are so comedic in nature, some authors also tend to use different techniques like wordplay or humor quotes to make the story more interesting.
A light novel is written in an extremely simple way and only a certain kind of author can write it. This type of author should have a certain level of writing maturity because it is very easy to make a mistake if you are not careful.
Psychological Skills as Tools to Tame Your Inner Demons
Even though light novels have this really simple and comedic style of writing, they are able to express feelings of the characters in a very effective way. In order to achieve this effect a light novel must use different sorts of literary tools. One of the most important literary tools that can be used for creating effect on reader’s emotions is a usage of psychological skills as well as an understanding human nature and its hidden aspects. The usage of psychological skills and the knowledge about human nature provides you, as a writer, with the ability to effectively create a connection with your readers.
To use psychological skills in your light novel, you should think of your character and their psychological traits as something that can be a part of them. It is no wonder then that certain characters have a tendency to hold onto certain traits even when they are trying to do something that seems different.
In an example of this, Koyomi Araragi, the main character in “Monogatari Series” (流葬 Series), displays a lot of his past memory through his actions. If you look at his face, it is possible to tell that he was an energetic child. He also goes to great lengths to prevent people from recognizing who he is as a person.
Another thing that can be seen from Araragi’s personality is his habit of messing around with other people. Even though he thinks of himself as a person who can be serious, when someone else becomes serious then he has no choice but to do something odd to change the mood.
Why I have chosen to write my own light novels.
There are plenty of reasons why the author might want to write a light novel. For me, I really enjoy writing and creating stories. But there are other people out there who may want to become authors, but they might not have the talent or skills that are needed to create their own stories and characters. This might be a reason why I decided to write my own light novels for both young adults as well as adults. And even though I might be a young adult myself, I decided to write for both older and younger readers. Not only because of my ambition to become a popular writer, but also because of the desire to improve my skills as an author.
For the past three years, I’ve been using self-study materials to improve my skills as a writer. But that alone isn’t enough. Writing is of course important, but knowing how to draw and art is also an essential skill. In order to further improve myself as a writer and artist, I decided that it would be best for myself if I took up multiple jobs at the same time so that I could hone my skills in both arts. It started out as a hobby. But doing both jobs from home became more popular, and many people asked me if I could do their work for them. So on one hand, it’s something that I enjoy doing, but on the other hand, it is also a source of income.
Light Novels & Being the Author’s Mother and the Mother of Literary Fiction Story
I can’t help myself but to totally admit that I’m totally amazed by how many different light novel genres my son has turned out. When he was 3 years old, my husband and I decided to take him to the bookstore and purchase a book called “Diary of the Main Character’s Mother”. That book is for young adults, but It also happens to be about a mother who lost her only son. And since we read it, I knew that my son had to write his own light novel someday. At the age of 4, he started to write his own short stories. And when he turned 5, he wrote his first long story called “The Camp”. He also wrote “Diary of the Main Character’s Mother” when he turned 8 years old. I asked him to put those two stories in a book and called it “The Camp Story” and I also wrote “Diary of the Main Character’s Mother”. But since Dair’s family can’t afford to pay for all the books, he only wants to have “Diary of the Main Character’s Mother” in one book. And then I said…