Here are blog posts about how to create fiction based on Reality using a similarity to reality, verisimilitude.
Verisimilitude --- from Wikipedia
Verisimilitude is the philosophical notion that some propositions are more true or less true than other propositions. The problem of verisimilitude is the problem of articulating what it takes for one false theory to be closer to the truth than another false theory. Wikipedia
What is "fiction" if not a "false theory" that is closer to Truth than another false theory?
Reality is True. Fiction is True. Neither is Truth without the other.
Part 2 Master Theme Structure, The Camera, Nesting Plots and Stories
Part 3 - The Game, The Stakes, The Template
Part 4 - Story Arcs and the Fiction Delivery System
Part 5 - So What Exactly is Happiness?
Part 6 - Show Don't Tell Theme