Good Stories to WriteWriting good stories
So how can we make a good tale?
There is a fast principle to be followed when talking about making a history. One topic is something important that the history tries to tell us - something that could help us in our own life. but it'?s best if she does. Allow the topic to outgrow history so that the reader has the feeling of having learnt it for himself.
The plot is usually about a fight or dispute that the protagonist is going through. Conflicts can be with another person, or with the way things are, or with something within the person, like needs or sentiments. At least some of the protagonist should be able to either gain or loose alone and not just be saved by someone or something else.
Usually the player will learn or grow as he tries to resolve his problems. The subject is what the player is learning. I was hoping the situation would get more and more heated. At the end of the narrative, the suspense should peak or "climax" and then subside. While a novel can have several conflicting themes, a shorter novel should only have one.
In the end, the tale ends quickly. You can choose to write the history in "first person" or in "third person". The thirdperson-pronomists are" he",""she" and" it" - so to write in a third party means to tell a tale as if it were about other human beings. So the first character to write a narrative is like it was you.
Though you are writing in a third party, try to tell the tale through the eye of a single personality - most likely the protagonist. Don't say anything that the player doesn't know. When you need to say something else, make your own section with a different character's point of views.
Choose to write in the "present tense" or in the "past tense". To write in the past is to write as if the history had already occurred. That'?s how most stories are made. To write in the present means to write as if history is going on right now. Adhere to one or the other form of time!
You should know your people well before you begin to write. Their protagonist should be someone with whom the reader has something in community or at least can take part. It is not necessary to describe a full personality. It' enough to say one or two things about how a person looks, talks or talks.
Put your history in a place and place that will be interesting or intimate. Choose a voice that is right for your storyline. Whenever you can, use action and words to inform your reader about what is going on. To write well, you don't have to feel like it. This way your font is simple to see and comprehend. Don't take it out!