How to Write the beginning of a StoryWriting the beginning of a story
Write the beginning, middle and end of a tale.
Mankind has invented and told tales since there are only two human beings left on the world. Rather than write the beginning, the middle and the end of a story, they told it with words from their mouth. Neither of these individuals went to Harvard or Stanford and the fact that the issue is least likely that the group would come up with the best tales and continue to be the group' s leaders.
I have said so far, the morality is: "A good tale is a good one. You' re impoverished, ignorant, illiterate, dumb, numb and 99 years old and you still have the gift to tell an outstanding tale that attracts the interest of people´s, makes her smile, cry and causes incredible pleasure or sadness.
Anyone can be good at making the beginning, the middle and the end of a history. The way a tale is narrated has been received and organised over the years by the Harvard and Stanford population. In the course of the years, the histories were divided into Act 1, Act 2 and Act 3.
Frequently the tales haven´t were divided into part 1, part 2 and part 3. They can return to the Nubians of Africa, the Greeks, the Romans, even the Bible and the people who write the beginning, the center and the end of a history. Across the globe, through some mystical fashions, tales have drawn and divided 3 parts.
It'?s like the beginning, middle and end of a story. Now even more tales have been divided with only one part. These are the dull tales that no one liked to hear. I' m inclined to use a screenplay style to create my own story-- Scenario is the text for a film in which all actors speak, the surroundings are described, as well as the plot that is seen (or the missing plot).
I' ve arranged things with The Beginning, Middle and End of a History. Scripts have an mean length of 120 pages, whereby one page is one second. If you split the beginning, the center and the end of a storyline into 120 pages, that would mean:
Of course, when I begin, middle and end of a story, I begin with the beginning (actually that's not really the case, I am writing the end first). I always like it when something interesting happens right at the beginning. When you look at "Law and Order", the TV show, it never ends at the beginning of every show if someone is found killed in the first MINUTES of the show.
I' ll let the readers FIRST comprehend what the protagonist's aim is. At the beginning I decided who the protagonist was. I' ll be introducing other protagonists. I' ve defined the target of the protagonist. I' ll present some of the protagonists who are on the protagonist's side and some who are not.
As I do these things, I bring the personality to the target. End of the beginning. With the center, the player is still trying to reach his destination. More and more roadblocks in the midst of tales that I like stand in the way of reaching my destination.
I' ve put up some big roadblocks, and maybe several small roadblocks. Small roadblocks or "mini gate blockers" that can be placed and conquered in history give hopes to the REAADER. IF YOU ARE WRITING, YOU´RE GREAT TARGET IS TO MAKE YOUR AUDIENCE SENSE! So I' m playing with the reader's mind to take charge of the main figure and let the main figure have its ups and downs in the center to get nearer to its destination, but still have issues.
In the end of the center, I make a new turn in the tale that either brings the main figure really near the target, or puts a super-duper roadblock in the way of the main target. Quite exactly the end is like the center, but now we need to tackle conflicting and mini-target issues that will make our characters reach their ultimate destination.
At the other end, it´s Your history. In the end, the main protagonist may not reach her destination and may simply be exhausted. To me, at the end of the storyline with about 5 mins still to go (remember this is a script written formula), I go through a Super, Duper, Duper, Duper, Duper, Duper Road bloc in the path of the main protagonist.
At the end of the tale I release the Super Duper roadblock and my main figure goes happily into the sundown. Write the beginning, the middle and the end of a history. Screenplay, 30 mins, 60 mins, 30 mins. Twenty-one min. of footage (like a 30-minute TV show without commercials), 7 mins., 14 mins., 7 mins.
Now I´m will invent a history. Maior Theme: The One Sentence Stories summary: A young man looses his puppy and thinks that he will never find him, but he scans the USA and finds the puppy in perfect state. Cause Freddy's going door-to-door, and no one's seen Spot.
Cause Freddy's going door-to-door, and no one's seen Spot. It is a synopsis of the beginning, center and end of a history. We compile the abstract of the one-sentence history as a psychological guideline for the focal point. I have now made a very simple beginning, center and end of a narrative so that I can concentrate in my write on WHAT I'm going WHERE.
I' ll start by the end of the tale, so the end first. The letter of the end gives me a goal to the letter. "You leave the building, turn right, turn lefthand here, turn lefthand again and then turn right.
I would like to know where I am going when I write to I´m to get there. There is, of course, no right or injustice in the script. Hopefully this abstract of The Beginning, Middle and End of a Story was useful.