How to Write a great StoryMaking a great story
8 tips for writing a great story
This year of literacy is in full swing with 10 no-bullshit writings by David Ogilvy, Henry Miller's 11 precepts, Jack Kerouac's 30 convictions and technique, John Steinbeck's 6 hands and various priceless insights from other great authors. Kurt Vonnegut - anarchist, Second Life inhabitant, fictional pollster of the lost, sorrowful spirit - comes up with eight hints on how to write a good story, which is told by the writer himself.
Allocate at least one person to the player to cheer for. Even if it's just a drink of sobriety. Each movement must do one of two things - revealing the nature or advancing the plot. However cute and blameless your protagonists may be, let terrible things befall them - so that the readers can see what they are made of.
Please write to one individual only. When you open a door and sleep with the whole wide open sky, your story will become a kind of phgn. The reader should have such a full comprehension of what is going on, where and why, that they can end the story themselves, should roaches devour the last pages.
Making a great story (example)
The subject is important, but you won't see what the story is all about until you're finished. Combination of signs. Eight End your story, let go, even if it's not right. 2.6. 13 Give your character feedback. Passive/moldable may seem sympathetic to you when writing, but it is toxic for the public.
Fourteen Why do you have to tell this story? What is the faith that burns within you on which your story depends? Sincerity gives incredible situation authenticity. The story is test, not refine. Nineteen accidents to get a character into a fight are great. Accidents to get her out of difficulty are fraud. You have to be able to relate to your situation and your character.
INFORMATION 22 What is the heart of your story? It is important to pause between the end of the letter and the beginning of editing. Be in a state of mind and body that encourages you to write. Dumb yourself. Breaking every spelling technique people know. Stolen style from other authors, as all great authors do.