How to Write an Amazing Short StoryWriting an amazing short story
Writing an unbelievably astonishing storyline
Unbelievable? I can' believe what's unbelievable. Other things are credible, according to your experience of living. Well-known " Teardrops in the Regenmonologue " says: "I have..... seen things you guys wouldn't believe.... attacks on vessels that burn on the shoulders of Orion. And all those...... moment.... will be forgotten in a moment, like[little cough] tears....in.... rains.
So for a tale to be awesome, it has to border on credibility. This must be possible for the readers to visualize. Astonishing? Well, what's astonishing? Ah! But some folks are pretty exhausted. What would we do to see whether a tale is astonishing or not? At first, I was impressed. It must be surprising to marginalize the readers.
Impressing.... from the Latin imprint imprinted, used. So history must make its marks on the readers. But what you can do is write a good one. For some, it will be unbelievable, astonishing, impressive. As my instructor said: "There are no abbreviations in writing...."
Writing a great short story
Last year I was reading about 500 shorts, most of them in reviewing the Show Off competition for my website thewritepractice.com. During this period I have learnt some interesting things about the shape and what makes a good tale. There are three goodies of tips for you guys as comedians: the "Writer's Guide" and the "Writer's Guide":
Robert Mckee says that the author's real challenges are "to show a life in a few moments", and in no other way is that more real than in a comic. You' only have a few minutes to tell the whole thing, so choose those times well.
Tales that won the Show Off competition were successful, but many of the authors whose tales were not selected were trapped in the deadly pitfall of storytelling rather than showing. Rather than showing the readers a contemporary sequence with descriptions, dialogues and actions, these authors summarised what was happening with exposition.
With other words, the authors who have won have narrated a tale, while many of the authors who have not given much information. Instead, select your memories intelligently and show them clearly with actions, dialogues and descriptions. Tales, which is even more serious, are moral by nature. At the end the main character has to find out something, something has to be done to her, otherwise it is a complete loss of readers' (and authors'!) attention.
There was one magistrate who was particularly good at discovering the mistakes in the rationale of storytelling. As a traumatic caregiver for over 20 years, she found it easy to find places where the author forged the facts to make her case. We' ve discredited a dozen tales because they weren't real. While you are working on your tales, you are conducting a reality audit:
Take a look at every act of a person and ask: "Would that person really do that? Be sceptical about your story when editing (though not when writing).