Writing a First Story
To write a story, while beginning, you write or tell yourself a script, or you write on a blank sheet about that rises from your brain. Writing on paper makes history logical. There must be no incomprehensible elements : meaning’s mistakes.
Your story must be understood. Describing the place or the time before, rising the story’s characters after, allows nearby to introduce the situation. Then the script becomes his story, adding his experience’s elements, which can be imagined, or emotions felt, when writing.
Each new character is described psychologically, or better physically, before there is any action. You can’t describe your characters enough because you think you know them. It is therefore necessary to describe how they are perceived.
Be careful, however, to find the proofs of his imagination in real life. These must be realistic. Other elements can be added, Looking for meaning’s mistakes. Meaning’s mistakes show that we don’t understand ourselves or others. If you don’t understand that you’re reading after a while, you have to fix these mistakes.
The best stories use suspense when read. The most read stories are funny and affect. The most beautiful texts use the author skills, shown only with the rhythm at the beginning. The long sentence gives an explanation, or a long time. The short sentence gives speed, or simplicity to understand.
There is the same approach with words. A long word in a short sentence can add comedy, or surprise. Many short words make it possible to create a familiar dialogue, with common words.
The author then analyses that he has written. He reveals his emotion while writing. It strengthens him. This then allows him to play with the reader.
While rising up with others, we grow and we become more and more readable while understanding ourselves. The end of the story is the suspense’s end. If the reader is not surprised, he may be disappointed, if he learns nothing more. Something surprising, or a discovery, ethics allow to write the end.
Write a story from your experience...