Good Creative Writing StoriesWriting good creative stories
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A plot is what turns a history of an event into a history. Ensure that what happens in your storyline happens for a specific purpose and affects the character. Allow yourself two-minute time to think of as many different tales as possible - the more creative you use the term, the better.
For example, "Lost" can be a tale about getting stolen in a forest, the loss of a match or a tale in a lost and found bureau. Maybe someone has dropped something that is very important to them - but the readers don't know why it is so important until the end of the film.
It is the reason why it is important, how it has been dropped and why it is needed now. It' the order in which you tell the tale that matters. While it may seem obvious to tell a tale from beginning to end, it is a good way to mix the history or time axis of a tale to make it more interesting.
There are several ways to tell the tale in retrospect, beginning with the most tragic point and then explain how everyone got there. During the test, make a fast enumeration of the action and then put numbers next to the bullets to remember the order in which you will do it.
Write creatively: So what's your best 30-word or less tale?
Families survive a horrible crash with a few small wounds. When you first look at my bloody face, I am Anuj Khandalikar; a psycho-writer who is good in words, but best of all he himself. Pray, he gambles. Her tears are shining and her mouth bends.
You' ve had 20 years of glamour and smiles, and many more will follow. Cursing her new wedded man because even after 5 months of wedlock he had no spare moment for a honeymoon. They competed and argued in trials. In spite of a serious crash shortly before the stage, the non-helper was doing well.
And he rescued every dime to make a home while his mates were celebrating, traveling and date. When he was 70 years old, the building is finished, his own one. A 34th. Exemplary from the top engineer school...We always knew...you would make it one day"....everyone said..... Formerly for the pen... It' a scene in the school of engineering: