What to Write a Story aboutAbout what to write a story
Their vocation and passion arise in the meaningful moments of their lives.
What makes you write a story that felt larger than yourself?
Board is the writer of i am convicted, which is a work-in-progress novel with a blogs to tell the story of Andy Dixon, an ex-criminal who lived nearly three decades in Tennessee jail in a transparent manner. Storiestelling is a naturally strenuous and scary game. Authors and our delicate, imaginative eco-systems are like pisces in a drum, the opposition is there, your fingers on the trump.
How do you create an overpowering sense that the story you write is much greater than you can imagine? I fight like any author or artiste. As the stakes increase, more opposition will come through and complications and fears and all their evil little buddies will be invited to the game.
Avoiding extremes, creating paralyses, increasing obsessiveness and a few empty looks - all the usual resistance to work. Awaiting, for all the artist, is really just the demon embracing your knuckles. In this way you move and lift each 100lb. creativ member in front of the other before the concrete is drying and the writer's pad stencils.
Sending, creating, letting the space of history breath and not squashing it with uncertainty - this is the best way to fight a story that is too big to wish it away. In essence, a really exciting story will tell itself. What is oddly annoying and funny about authors is that we are often afraid of refusal before we have posted something that should be refused.
We' re faced with this old tradition of traditionally releasing contents - that as authors we need an entrenched forum before our work is prepared to be divided with the people. So, we make things, we are obsessed, we extend our emotive limits to fracturing, because the refusal has said to us: You are not up.
This new era of publication, in which every author can publish and disseminate his work on an international scale, makes this early dead. Don't be afraid, but look for positive feedbacks before polishing up your work for use. While it may seem like you' re asleep with the foe, accepting the incomplete creativity that just speaks for'doing' and not for excellence is critical to getting out of this situation.
Trust in the present of the mess and disregard expectations and you will find the right way to tell your story. So how do you do it when the story's gravity is too high?