Nabila
Novels are beautiful as long as they are not mixed with real life

In many novels I read about turning points in the hero's life which had a bad influence on some persons , I think . 

A turning point won't just happen and comes to you but you have to make it .. you have to stop and tell yourself that this is a turning point in your life , what's coming won't be as what passed . And get yourself ready to a lot and I mean it literally a lot of things which will try to let you back but you will overcome them only by your strong desire to that change and to see what beyond this .

Dec 4, 2015 5:24 PM
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A Canadian writer did just that, and it worked very well: 
Margaret Atwood’s “The Journals of Susanna Moodie"

 

"While this work may not have been written like a novel, it does focus on a central character and is tied to a chronological sequence showing her growth ... it is especially in terms of the reversal of Moodie’s attitude towards light and darkness that Atwood charts her growth and transforms her from a typical early Victorian to a person with a distinctly modern sensibility.

In The Journals of Susanne Moodie, as in much of Atwood’s poetry (“Journey Into The Interior” is the clearest example), the exploration of a new land is also a psychological exploration of the self."

http://www.uwo.ca/english/canadianpoetry/cpjrn/vol02/bilan.htm

 

Susannah Moodie survived / changed completely / was victorious :) 

 

December 4, 2015

True, don't trust fate to provide the turning point. But even better, I think, is to slowly but continuously improve instead of relying on creating turning points.

December 4, 2015