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The A to B of Success in Creation - How to Write Stories - Creativity in Creation
It also stands for Affectation, with floral words that stop your story and slow down the action. I don't think a character lives in emptiness, so give them a little bit of depth. A is also for balance your story with a beginning, center and end. Challenging your character by giving them issues that show them as humans, not marionettes.
This is a dialogue that tells you more about your character than just the prosas. It' the empathy you have with your personalities. There are many tales in them, and the knack is to filter as much or as little as necessary as to why your character acts the way they do.
Ideas, inspiration, imagination - the magic trimmings that make your story a success. The brains of a novelist cannot stagnate. As long as there is something to write, you will write. Name N stands for the names you give your character. And it also relates to the glittering opening of your story that makes a readership more.
It' also a byword for pace, which makes sure your story doesn't fade. Can this story be done? Also for quotes that can give you an image of a story if you get bogged down. Making her smile, make her cry, let her sit and let her believe that your story was good.
One never knows if one has it if one does not just take a seat and write a story and then hand it in. The abbreviation U stands for understands your personalities. In order to write successfully about fictitious personalities, an author must be something like a shrink. Then there are the key what-if issues that characterize your story from beginning to end.
Only you can write the story you have always dreamt of, and you alone can customize and modify it as you like.