I have recently emerged from a very long writer's block and there's a saucy story bubbling in my head, however it is a risky tale because i am bound to get carried away with it and i fear it may eventually become a bit too unvelievable. My question is: how do you perfectly balance fantacy and reality all in one plot? my plot is centered around a supernatural, slightly religious based occurrence and it's bound to have many twists and turns. as i said, i may get carried away and it may become like one of those out of hand horror movies that are funny instead of scary. what can i do to keep it within the margins of reality? by this i mean that i'd like the reader to read it and say "wow that may very well happen someday" as opposed to "That's impossible". am i being clear enough? if so please help, thank you in advance for any suggestions!