Planning a Short StoryDesign of a short story
Short Stories - Tips for Planning and Construction
When nothing else is focusing it your minds and getting to prepare for the big in writing. Think about what needs to be made in a short story (there are of course variants of this sequence); introductory - the beginning of the story must lead the readers to the character and the settings.
Initiate measures - the point of history - the ascent into war. Solution - a satellite ending where the major dispute is solved, the major figure surmounts (or not) the obstruction. RECOGNISE that you don't have to finish your short story in that order, you can finish it first.
If you have powerful thoughts about certain parts of the story, you should start by asking yourself, "What beforehand? In order to make your character real, you can rent characteristics from those you already know or from foreigners you have seen. If you' re careful with your notepad, it's a great way to waste some of your free computer hours typing what you see, you never know when it might be useful.
Meet your personalities. A lot of folks are writing whole pages with personality memos, what happens when..... they put different personalities in different positions, writing down listings of preferences and aversions, entertaining them. To make your story credible, your protagonists must be real. Attempt this; make a short description of the character's name and type all the characteristics you can imagine, from your favorite sport to your favorite color.
Do you know as much as possible about your personalities, from their main motivation to their favorite dishes? Much of this information will not appear in your story, but it will have help you create a realism. You have to have some mistakes, some issues, some shortcomings, some uncertainties.
One might think that folks wouldn't want to see a person with a whole bunch of mistakes, but that couldn't be any further from the true. Humans can refer to troubled persons as this is real. If you try to find bugs, you don't need to give your personality a big, weird problem.
You try to keep to the things you know about for most of your personalities. As an example, the person might have rage problems, be scared of running cold, be lonesome, have an aversion to other persons, smoking too much, and so on. Sizematters - Restrict the width of your story. Short-story storyline protagonists should take place in a relatively short amount of space (days or even minutes), and you will usually not be able to efficiently create more than one storyline, two or three protagonists (the profession is a max of four) and one attitude.
So if your story is much broader, it probably has to be a novel. HasPY PLANNING - well prepared.