How to make a StoryMaking a story
Making a story flow
Story-telling has a rythm, a sample, a sound. But I don't want to speak as much of rhythms as I do. Cycle can influence the river, but it is only one thing it can do. Let us look at other story items that can disturb the river. Tales should run, move freely and always forwards.
However, a trouble-free process is not indispensable. An author could unintentionally disturb the river, could accidently build road blocks into the story, obstacles that prevent the readers from following the story well. An obstacle is just poor typing. This is the case when the user cannot understand the significance or order of the event, when he has to go back several rows or sections or pages to find out what is going on.
To frustrate a readership with meaningless phrases or stories that are lacking in reasoning is never good. Make your actions and personalities annoy your audience; leave the mechanism of typing behind you. Stylized typing is another obstacle. You should not put words in your character's mouths, whether they' re in a fight or not.
When you have to look up the term, it is likely that such a person does not know it and would certainly not use it if he was emotion. When you want one player to use a more official note and not contract, make sure everyone else uses one. You will be thanked by your readership.
Repeating an idea or information can hinder the river. Rather than helping the reader through a pass, repeating it can decelerate it. "As soon as the reader begins to think about the mechanism of the story and not about the action, they have been extracted from the notion. They don't want the reader to think about the words on the page - they want them to think about what those words on that page mean, what's about.
This means you don't want your reader to think about the words, not even how beautiful they are. They want the reader to be wiped away by the meanings or the sound of the words that refer to the story. The next story : laugh The next story : laugh. Laugh.
When people are puzzled about the character because they are too similar, or about who does what, or about the options for the action you describe, the story is disrupted. He' trying to get astray from your story, kept your ledger for that very reason. Don't make it hard for him if you could instead draw his attentions with a little more care.
Dialects can hinder a trouble-free reading process. Redundancy can not only complicate a reader's trip through a story, it can also make him mad. Answers that do not reiterate the issue will help history move forward. You can unveil something about the spokesperson and can also unveil information about a person the spokesperson is about.
Notice: If a query is not immediately replied to and either the amount of elapsed or removed on a page separately from the response, replay or memory of the query is not only permitted, but desired. It' s about keeping the story moving - don't loose it if a few words keep it on course.
Needless punctuation can hinder the river. The sequence and timing of incidents can help to keep things running smoothly or cause confusion, at least in the reader's head. This sequence of occurrences can have to do with the logical as well as with the development of the story, and sometimes you just don't want to tell the story linearly.
Challenging him if you want, but don't overlook the fact that a person is trying to listen to your story. The majority of the reader expects that the story first presents the oldest happenings and then follows with the following one. Pauses influence the course of the story. It is the way the words are fractured, disrupted and joined that influences the river.
Long phrases produce a different feeling than shorter, chopped-off phrases. words about the story, the characters, the gender and the readership. Use the best words for the story or give your readership a new one? Consider the coherence in the form of story-pieces. Phrases should be combined to make reading easier.
Add a dozen ways to smoothen the feeling and soundtrack. It' s not just about using tips and instruments, but also about making words into samples that tell a good story in an amusing way. You sometimes just have to type to let the words from the unconscious stream onto the page.
It is as important for the feeling of your history as the river that is reached through the attentiveness to the mechanical system. However, if you don't at least release part of the writing you will never reach the special stream that comes from releasing yourself by having words flinging on the page without thinking of meanings, logics or consistency.
Make sure your storylines are flowing freely and that your reader is flowing with the story. Don't be timid when it comes to getting help - ask betas reader how a section is flowing. Watch the river, the forward movement of your tales. Removing obstacles, no mater how small or involved, so that your story can move with ease without tearing the reader out of the imagination you have created for them.