I want to Write a Story

I' d like to write a story

You should write regularly and daily. Have a seat and compose sentences every day for a few hours - even if you don't feel like it. Do you know in advance which end you are working towards? The orphans are uniquely vulnerable and as such have the greatest growth potential. It' time for you to write a story about one.

I' d like to compose a novel, but I don't have an attractive plot concept, author skills, free play, perseverance, fantasy or powers of observation to compose a good novel. So what do you want me to do?

Letter: I' d like to compose a novel, but I don't have an attractive plot concept, good authoring skills, lots of free play, persistence, imagination or powers of observation to compose a good novel. He shows how quite a lot in there: all creation is a solution to a dilemma. he Sometimes it is somewhat difficult to solve the dilemma that the creation artefact (an invention, a science find, a novel, a film, a hymn, a poem).

If you are getting tired, here is a rather awesome novel to look at....? Every one of these solutions has its own'cost-benefit ratio' - and you have to weigh that and make your choice based on the compromises.... e.g. `StoryAlity #6 - What is (big-C) Creativity-Us It Work?

Also, keep in mind that current (scientific) research on creativeness shows that about 99% of all new notions are rubbish..... Thinking about 100 novel notions. Simply record 100 good and evil thoughts (and whatever lies in between ("novels"). Funny enough - if you put down 100 x thoughts, you can come across a BIG one that you may have thought was trash, but once you really think about it, it's brilliant.

This is how know-how and ingenuity and the emergence of "ideas" work. However, here is what you want to use as a model for the 100 storyline ideas: Storyline = `character + problem + attempted liberation' (Gottschall 2012, p. 52). Can' t come up with an ideal for a novel. etc. etc. etc. etc. etc...

Anyway, 100 thoughts. I want you to take them all down. Anyway, your first effort will suck anyway, so just get started and get all the shit out of your ass. i.e. It all comes down to the novel (because - there are so many different ones: guys, sounds, genre and category of novels) how many different things you need to know about novel composition.... e.g.

Genre, Story Premise, theme/s, character, characterization, setting (time and place of the plot), point of view, action, structure, dialogue, style, tone, mood, atmosphere and writer's voice. - You have to browse through many genre books - and see where/when the genre began, i.e. what they did first and where it developed - and where it is now. i.e. what does the public (i.e. the readers) want / need in this particular genre?

You can be inventive when it's complicated - and mix two or more different styles.... i.e. you have to ask yourself: Which (type-, genre-) novel do I like most? Who are the books I know? When I have finished the books, I say to myself: "Gee, I wish I had written this.

" Wow, well, that kind of sucks, but if you really enjoy typing - you do it for laughs - and you find and take your sweetheart' sweetheart to do it, i.e. it's what you do for laughs - to get away from the grind of everyday people. This is really shit. Attempt to read a whole series of "How To Use A Novel " novels, i.e. go to the archive and rent a whole heap.

If you still don't have a nice thought after you read ten of them (actually LOVE) that will inspire you, maybe just think of something else. In the meantime, turn this so-called "weakness" into a force - and try really harshly to compose a really poor novel - I mean it really.... compose the absolutely inconceivable.

Maybe, you should do a ("bad") novel about: He is a bloke (or girl) who can't come up with a good novel, but includes all the evil thoughts in the novel, and that's why he rejects them as such. That can be intriguing, and enlightening for things that are not yet clear, since it hasn't yet been done, i.e...... just do it.

Secondly - you could examine out (research, Google or I dunno, any way you can) what fiction have followed and why - and what have left and why - and find many of the same ideas you' dismissed' since' bad' ideas have actually been succesful as fiction. i.e.' do research on fiction.

Be a novel about a novel. I' d wager there's a big bazaar for guys like you who are in your specific position; think about it - they could be reading your novel: How difficult it is to compose a novel, and they could say "Holy sh*t!

Type: what you know.....! Fight to ever attempt to accomplishment a book, and can't deliberation of a coldness content, point kind a book active: a guy (or, dudette) deed finished this bunk. In the end, how he resolves all issues. i.e. (1) A good novel concept.....

Firstly - Go and research on "What makes a good novel a good one? While you' re going through it, take down all this. Explain to us the creativity of how your thoughts come to you and what your thoughts are when you reject them as" bad". At last - after you have 99 naughty thoughts (include them all in the novel, because it might be fun to read'99 naughty thoughts for a novel', and now maybe see, do you find it's a comic novel you're in?

Maybe you're the funnest weapon kid anyone's ever seen, we'll never know until you put it down and give it to us, dude), i.e...... Show the bloke a great brainchild at last (after many fights, issues and conflicts), and then - create this one.

By the way - there is one theories that only occupies the public, while the author (the artist) does all the other..... - `is it (i.e. `theme') a: recurrent patterns? ...a recurrent motive? ...or the `moral argument' of history? Is it more like the'moral' at the end of an Aesop fable tale?

Utilize what you have - and type what you know. ie.'Maybe you're writing out your'pain. Genre, Premise, theme/s, character, characterization, setting (time and place of the plot), point of view, action, structure, dialogue, style, tone, mood, atmosphere and - writer's part. History is fair: I want you to take this all down.

F....Please suggest how I should deal with all these problems and begin to compose my first novel. Kreativit├Ąt (Csikszentmihalyi 1996) e.g. StoryAlity #6 - What is (big-C) Kreativit├Ąt - and how does it work? The' ten-year rule' in creativeness shows that you first have to compose about 10 x novels before you can compose one that is reasonably upright.

It' actually a lot more difficult to scribble: You' re gonna have to type the damn thing first. Get started on it. Produce an opening movement, e.g.: I just couldn't imagine a good way to do it. So - yes - type what you know..... Attempt to do something new and creatively (different and cool) in each area.

It' s so difficult to make your first bloody novel....! Remember, it's also quite difficult to make: typing about not-writing interesting, but - maybe the whole wide globe is prepared for your history, right now. Just take down this thing. Perhaps also this contribution read: But, first of all, try to make the poorest novel you can and just have a good time.

StorytaleAlity #71 - About consultation and creativity..... Just take note,

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