The art of writing a great story isn’t easy, but with a few tips it’s much easier to make it work.
Here are five strategies to help you get there.1.
Be honest with yourself2.
Give your audience context3.
Make sure the story’s not your faultIf you’ve never written a story before, this article might seem like a daunting task.
But if you’re someone who writes for a living, it’s actually a lot easier than you might think.
This article isn’t going to give you any hard-and-fast rules, but I think it’s important to give your audience a bit of context.
Let’s say your story is about a guy who has an incredibly complicated relationship with his father.
You might not have an answer for why this relationship isn’t working out, but if you have some backstory to the man and his father’s history, then you can at least ask, “Why is that father so complicated?”
As an example, let’s say the story takes place in the year 2020.
There’s a man named Thomas, who is the founder of an international company called the United States International Business Machines Corporation (IBM).
His company has a big deal with the American government.
But his father is not only one of the founders of IBM, but he also runs a major corporation called United Technologies.
If you can explain why Thomas is so important to the government, you’re going to make your audience feel a lot more invested in the story.2.
Make the protagonist more complicatedIn this case, Thomas has a lot of baggage.
He’s a father, a man who’s the most powerful man in his society.
He wants his son to get ahead.
Thomas can’t just tell the story of how his father got in trouble for something he didn’t do.
He needs to figure out why his father has a problem.
This is the sort of story that you need to write yourself to create tension in the reader’s mind.
You don’t need to tell Thomas the whole story of his father and how he got into trouble.
But you should give the reader an idea of what his father might be going through.
If Thomas is someone who is really into computer games, you should tell him how the games make him feel.
For instance, if you are a man with an obsession with video games and your protagonist is someone you’ve known your entire life, then Thomas should know that your game is making him feel a little less secure in his life.
But he shouldn’t be surprised that your story does not make sense.3.
Tell your audience that the story doesn’t have to be perfectIt’s not uncommon for stories to feel incomplete, even when they’re technically in the first draft.
That’s because the story isn.
In the past, a storyteller might try to write an entirely new ending, or they might just write a bunch of dialogue that they think sounds like they’re trying to create a feeling of a “perfect” ending.
In most cases, the writers will just try to fill in the gaps in the script.
But the more stories you write, the more you have to work with.
You should consider writing the story so that it’s not completely perfect, but you have a lot to say about why the characters feel like they are the wrong way around.4.
Use the characters to flesh out the worldA good game story is an interesting and dynamic world that you can inhabit.
This can be the story about an exotic locale or a place with an ancient past.
It could be the tale of an evil villain who wants to destroy the world, or a story about a powerful woman who wants revenge.
In a story like this, the characters don’t have too much power to do anything.
They just have to play a part in the overall story.
It’s okay to use a protagonist who is completely in control of the story, but your protagonist should be a person who you feel comfortable letting into your world.
A character like this will help flesh out a lot about the world and make the world more interesting.5.
Think of the audience’s emotionsAs an author, you need an audience to tell your story.
So what do you do when you want to make a story that doesn’t feel complete?
One thing that’s a big problem with stories is that they often feel empty.
You want your audience to be emotionally invested in what they’re seeing, but at the same time, you want them to feel emotionally detached from your story because you don’t want them rooting for you.
To achieve that, you have two strategies:1.
Use your character’s emotionsIn the past decade, writers have begun to use technology to make writing more interactive.
With games, players can control how the characters react to events, and even the way the game itself plays out.
But in writing, emotions are often too often neglected.
To avoid this, a writer needs to have a way to communicate what the reader is feeling.