I didn’t think this would have to said, but “fiction” means that something didn’t actually happen. Someone, it seems, needs to give this memo to the journalists and social media users pouring over James Franco’s 2013 fictional novel Actors Anonymous for proof of his sexual misdeeds. Now, there’s always some amount of truth in fiction. For example, like John Gault from Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand gave long, rambling monologues about capitalism that put everyone around her to sleep. And J.K. Rowling based the Harry Potter novels on her time in a boarding school for wizards where she learned the dark arts and fought a deadly duel with an evil wizard named Voldemort. But the events in novels are fictionalized and sensationalized to make them more interesting to … Read entire story.
Source: The Blemish