How to Write my own StoryWhere can I write my own story?
Hopefully they will remind you to bring in everything a good story needs.
In which way do I write my own romance?
Concentrate on the most important parts of what happens in your romance, because these are the parts you are hoping will get trapped in your head and/or have an influence on your being. Only a few would like to know about all the additional stuff in a relation, e.g. one of these days she and I didn't have much free space because she had to work from 8-5, so I stayed with my boyfriend....
Minor theoretical occurrence that occurred in a very hypothetic relation. Most of us won't recall every detail of our romances. Well, I just hopefully you can recall those parts and good luck with your story! You' re injecting all your fantasy into the rooms you have to fill - the ones with the lost memory.
Make your own story
Returning in early May, with the help of Paul Michele of Navionics, publisher of Florida Sportsman mag Jeff Weakley and outdoor author Mark Modoski, I captured a huge coarse jagged perch from an ocean-going wreck near Crystal River, Fla. I never wanted a single catch more than that one that particular date.
Wasn' just a fishy one. This was the next story in a story I hopefully will never end - and further evidence that every single moment we put a catch in the ocean we hunt so much more than just clams. Much of what I have comes from my grandpa.
One other thing I would have liked to inherit from him is his capacity to tell stories. A story I must have listened to a few hundred time was about the huge Golath Dusky sea bass he captured off the Florida coastline in the early60s. Instead, the little redfish was devoured by a sea bass that was almost as big as my grandpa - a big one that took 45 min and three hands to touch down.
As he was telling this story, he described the environment so clearly that if you are susceptible to seasickness, you better take some Dramamine. Regardless of how many voices he said it, he always started like I had never before - and I'm sure there were days when I roll my eye on the trusted opening line.
In a nutshell, the best thing I could do was write my own history section. When I brought the pisces to the top, I could hardly raise my hands for the High Five. The fact that it was May 9th - just two dates after my grandfather's 91 st birthday made it as extraordinary as a day on the canals.
Then the next coliath should be Mark Modoski. However, before anyone could get to the pole holder, the fishing caught a deepwater tail like a tooth pick, about two foot above the spool. Over the next few years, the story of my giant jagged perch will begin with the story of my grandfather's jagged perch.
Hopefully one day, after hearing the story a few hundred time, my kids and grandkids will supplement them with their own Goliath. Aside from pound and ounce and trophy and paycheck, it's about making your own story. Remember that - and write a good one.