How to Write a long StoryWriting a long story
Instructions for writing - 25. Writing a long history
I' m giving a big success to the authors, who have about 90 chapter in their history. Time and again I get hearing a lot of questions from folks how they do it in the Chatroom or on authorprofilen. I' m not saying you have to have 60+ sections to have a good one.
I' m telling you before the storylines are critical to the writers' work. Anyway, your whole base line is your brainchild. That'?s what your whole history is all about. Which things can you add/modify to make this survivable history? Can there be new protagonists later on who can postpone the storyline for a longer time?
Adding a new avatar can bring you a few more sections explaining its history and meaning. Plots are not mandatory, but they are a good notion if you want to expand your history. They' re building on your ideas. It' almost like you' re trying to create a whole new storyline concept in an already running one.
Writing a long history - Writing a long history - CONCLUSION
There you have it, that's how you make a long history! It is very important to plan, and without it we could lose our history without good planing but make it as short as possible. It is also very important to be able to type almost exclusively on your schedule, but additional incidents and descriptive words really prolong a storyline.
It' actually very important, and editorial is the essence of a long history. This book I trust has been instrumental in helping you make a long history. Feel free to post a review, folks, and watch out for the sequel to a short film. Writers website, which does not include a letter, but could help you with your problems:
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