I seriously don't understand what you are trying to say -- it certainly makes no sense to me. If the God of the Bible is fictional, then what do I care? I can put Harry Potter down and go the rest of my day without worrying about being hit by an Avada Kedrava curse, because it's fiction.
You do not take God to be fictional -- you say your yourself, in words and in how you portray him. Here's an example:
If you do not think God is fictional, and you think that He is the God of the Bible, then how can you have asked me, as you did: "Where do you say that God in the Bible is not being loving and just?" To which I answered:
I thought it was plain that I was saying that you are being unfair in your judgement of God by just taking individual incidents and not looking at them in the context of what and whom God is said to be in the Bible, and what He is said to be doing.
In those places where you say God is not being loving and just you are judging God in the incident without the other context of whom God is in the Bible and so what He has the right to do, and you have not even considered by a good God would want to kill people.
For you it is as if God is a man and has no right that other men have not and has no long term goals in the things He does and no consideration for the good of anyone in what He does.
You would not get away with doing that in your judgement of people but when it is the God of the Bible it is OK to do that it seems. Why not? You will get the backing of others here who do the same thing and judge the Bible God in the same way.