How to Write a Short Story in an HourWriting a short story in an hour
So how do you write a short story in an hour? - Rajas Fonts
Do you ever have the feeling that your limited amount of paperwork prevents you from doing so? You think it would be much better if you could write a short story in one session? I' ve felt this way several occasions during my write trip. It' s difficult for me to have enough free rein for a full-time computer scientist with a challenging working environment and a father with a woman and two children.
I must therefore make effective use of the available resources. I therefore attach great importance to writing a short story in one session. Suppose I write an hour today and only make 70% of a short story. At the end of the lesson I would have gotten a great deal of impetus, but due to a shortage of working hours I had to stop working and begin the next work.
So the next morning, it's like starting from zero. I need my brain to go into this write state. So I take almost half an hour to get into the grooves by rereading my story and then starting to write. When I begin to read, I can switch to edit modus, because I can recognize mistakes when I read.
This can also take some work. Sometimes I just end my work. I' d like to achieve more in less than that. Writers want to write more and more. Actually, I also want to write more in less elapsed times so that I can get to my final work quickly.
So, I want to do more in less overtime. Briefly, in this challenging task I was able to write 26 short novels in 7 workdays. The best part is that I was able to work on them all and post them on my own blogs. In order to give an impression, I had to write 26 short histories per story, beginning with the letters A to Z. So on a daily basis I had to write an approximate of 4 short histories.
I was a man who fought to write one hour a days. Before I took up the challenges, my workflow was quite busy, so I didn't really have much of a moment to write. So, I had been out of contact with short storytelling, but I knew that maybe I needed this kind of difficulty to get back into my work.
In the end, I was able to complete all the first sketches of the short story within an hour. Because of the limited scope of the challenges, I had to plan something to get underway. The best thing I did was make up the words I would write about.
There was a whole range of A to C words that would be the foundation of my short story. You can also use prompt or topics or events that inspire you as the foundation for your short story. The idea is to write. One of the advantages of a single words, topic or incident is that it already initiates the write processes in the mind.
Like when I listened to the story of drug abuse, I wanted to tell the story of drug abuse from an addict's perspective. So when I was sitting down to write the story, the words flowed in. As soon as a author overcomes the original laziness, he falls into a state of fluidic critique.
As a result of this individual action, I was able to get into the current state more quickly than usual. It is a highly imaginative game. So I usually turned my phone off and shut off all my web-brows and opened only a small tabs for text. The idea is anything but to write during a write meeting is a diversion.
Again, when you write your first design, it can be a diversion. And so I thought I wouldn't go to the desk while I was at school. I' m going to have my editorial meeting later. It was one of the most important things I did to end the challenges within the timeframe that I was able to play to my strength.
At the beginning of this challenging phase I was in a predicament, whether I should write short story (which was my normal way, a little longer) or short story (flash fiction). At first I didn't try to write it, so I kept away from it.
And I was playing to my strength, which was short storytelling, and it was paying off. The point is, when you try to write in a short amount of timeframe, you have to keep to your strength. Experimentation is for another opportunity, not when you try to end something quickly. And all these strategies/tactics help me complete most of my tales within an hour.
Let me know what your short story making strategy is? And if you found this article useful, please tell your author-friend about it. For more of these hints and upsides, you can find them in my new e-book "What I Learnt by review 26 short stories in 7 days", where I shared my trip of taking up a one-of-a-kind and discouraging typing challenge. What I Learnt by reviewing 26 short stories in 7 technologies?