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A few tips for generating and capturing story ideas
I had what I thought was one of the best story ideas I ever had. I' m so upset about it and about writing it down. Seemed like it was completely shaped in my head, and all I had to do was write it.
Trouble was, I didn't write the story. I' ve never taken the liberty. And I didn't even outline the concept. After a few weeeks, when I could write the story, I couldn't think about it. It was a great thought that got wasted in the ocean of oblivion in my mind.
If you are an author/storyteller, a large part of your achievement depends on your ability to develop original and original stories. We have to come up with many ideas, because the more ideas you have, the more likely it is that you will find one that will appeal to you.
You' re not going to work out every story concept you can think of when you generate ideas consequently, but you definitely want to find a way to stick with every concept you have. I have used programmes like Evernote and Trello in the past to catch ideas, but sometimes the best place to keep ideas is a magazine.
Obviously it is important to save the ideas you come up with. What if your issue starts with ideas? All I write starts with questioning. This is a great way to look for a story: There is also the trustworthy "what if" issue, to which many authors often turn.
I can begin my story with a topic I am particularly interested in, and I could begin to ask about it and to ask any question about those who might have something to do with it. I' m also asking about my story, which I sketched in a former article. Everywhere you work, there are probably story ideas around you.
Newscasts from the city and the rest of the globe are also good places to get inspired by history. You see everything from your own point of view every daily. However, the thing about seeing things from our own point of view is that we are often blindfolded to the prospects of others. We are often horrified to find that someone doesn't think the same about something as we do.
As well as observing, think of the everyday life you face and consider how someone who is totally different from you could see the same one. It is good to find a new point of view for you to write from, and it is good to understand better the way we live. He is a novelist, educator and story teller who is a man who believes in lying to tell the whole story.
If he doesn't enjoy the good living with his lovely Lindsey and her three dearly honored kids, he strives to make tales that excite and inspirational and prepare for the days Disney invites him to write a Star Wars film. He has also published his work in Panel & Frame, Wordhaus, Curiosity Never Willed the Writer, The Write Practice and The Unsplash Book.