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Weaving your story around a key personality with an all-encompassing sense of passions - someone who will stop at nothing to get what he or she wants, be it cash, might, revenge, glory or a fan. Make it an epic story of adventures, mysteries or fantasies with a lot of hair-raising escape or turn it into a funny story with a lot of humour and a lot of coax.
So how do you end this story? Construct your story around a horrible mystery - one so horrible that the players will do anything to keep it safe. The revelation will have horrible consequences: a beloved person who will be hurt, murdered, financial wrecked or imprisoned by the community. Someday one of the children tripped over a weird, hard boot in the cellar.....
She has to keep a horrible mystery from her younger brothers and sisters - her folks are in jail. That is the material of imagination and adventures. One can have two equal people or groups; this adds excitement and excitement to history when the political groups struggle to the end.
That awakens the liking of your reader; you bring it into your story by standing up for the underdog. Type your story in a row of letters/e-mails between two or more people. These correspondences help to move the story forward and give an impression of the heads of the different people.
Epistolery can take many forms: for example a romantic novel that contains romantic epistles between a pair; a mystic story in which hints are concealed in the epistles and invite the readers to find the killer before the investigator does; a historic fiction in which a set of epistles draws a tragic image of thrilling deeds.
Or you can make the story in the shape of a diary: this is particularly useful in a novel in which the main figure changes and unravel. Changes of characters arise because the heroines are confronted with barriers and become more powerful / wise / mature and likeable for the troubles of others: The journal entry reflects this changing of the protagonists and at the same times draws the reader into the story, while they dive into the fights and victories of the heroines.
Create tension by placing barriers and conflict in the way. Children who explore a cavern are enclosed by rapidly ascending water. It takes a few moments while the main character deciphers hints that take him to the bombing.... Regularly please come to see us for new spelling instructions and stories. Are you a child who likes to type?
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