Want to Write a StoryWanna write a story
Research becomes narrative through creative non-fiction.
What do you mean by'the story you want to read'?
This is the right phrase if you ask me verbatim. When you ask: "How do you write a story even the writer wants to read?" I was trapped in an area I detested when I began to write. Except for one part, I used to hate everything about it: The whole thing was nice. when I was in high school in Virginia.
That made me flee, but I couldn't flee in the actual state. So, I did a forgery. I' ve built my own personalities. Strangest thing is that they have developed and even today they still appear out of nowhere, but when I begin to write them, I notice who they are and who they are.
There' s something to say that everything is in the planning, and there is something completely different to say that the outside universe can develop around you. I' ve got an over-active escape fantasy, so the subconscious is building the underworld. Actually my story began on earth, but I wanted to do my own thing, so I made ( "drew" literally) a game.
It evolved from there and now I can see the outside and see the outside when I want: tropical vegetation, geographical, everything. I come into this underworld, everything will melt away. The most important thing is that this point makes it to where you are agitated to re-enter the game. You' re curious to see what's new.
I' ve got a whole story about two people. This ( "much older") man tells the story to a young woman and I can't hardly look forward to getting to the one. I' ve already made her story, and I' m nervous about getting there. It is a slowly and somewhat discouraging trip, but even now I type this response more quickly because I want to get back to it so urgently.
Yes, you must get lost in history and yes, you must be interested in it, but more than interested, you must take charge of what you write about. It is not simple and (for most) not worthwhile for people. Instead, you write for yourself. Write for yourself, not for your reader.
You tell the story you want to tell, and you'll never stop.