Friday, January 25, 2008

Quick Question: Mark Twain Quote

I am looking for a quote by, I think, Mark Twain. Something about how realism is achieved in fiction. It is about how in life you might need money and then just luckily find it -- that is just a thing that happens sometimes -- but that if you do that in a story it will not be realistic. If you know the quote I am looking for, put it in the comments.


jamil said...

"The difference between fact and fiction is that fiction must be believable."

Geoff Klock said...

That is it. Thanks.

Voice Of The Eagle said...

I adore Mark Twain.