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Kurt vonnegut on writing a good story
This 90-second movie provides Kurt Vonnegut with eight rules for creating a good story. Allocate at least one person to the player to cheer for. All characters should want something, even if it's just a drink of it. Each movement must do one of two things - show personality or push the game.
However cute and blameless your protagonists may be, let terrible things befall them - so that the readers can see what they are made of. Please write to one individual only. When you open a door and sleep with the whole wide open sky, your story will become a kind of phgn.
The reader should have such a full comprehension of what is going on, where and why, that they can end the story themselves, should roaches devour the last pages. It seems to be a read of the intro to a series of Vonnegut's feature films, in which the writer calls the catalogue "Creative Wiring 101".
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CBC iWonder - How do I write a story?
Where do I write a story of brilliance? Where do I write a story of brilliance? Get information from writer Phil Earle on many useful and interesting hints to help you write tales that will attract and keep your reader with you. All authors are in agreement that there are sparkles of idea around us when we know where to look.
Here you will find some of my favorite places to find out more. I' ll show you how to fill in a person in this movie, with some great answers to your mind. If you are creating a story, dialog is one of your most important means to make your personalities credible to the readers.
Listening to other human beings, whether on the coach or on TV, is the way to a good dialog. You can find my top advice for a real and engaging dialog in this film. Plots is the part of which many are the most frightened, but if you follow a few useful clues, you will soon have an action.
Like you' ll learn in this movie, it's about what your character wants and putting many barriers in their way. It is important that your readers have a keen feel for the surroundings of your story, but this is not necessarily done by giving a detailed description of every corner and angle.
The last one in my show shows you some remarkable samples of how you can use the settings to your benefit.