Writing a Solid Story: Proper Protocols
“A story should be like a good photograph. It should have an impact on the person who looks at it.”- Stephen King
There are many elements to writing a solid story, and one of them is following proper protocol in order to create something that will last. The best stories tell us about ourselves or teach us lessons that can change our lives. They leave impressions on us that we carry for the rest of our days, but only if they are done right! This blog post focuses on how you can create a well written piece using some simple steps to make sure you’re not breaking any rules!
Making sure your story has a proper beginning, middle and end
One of the most important things to remember when writing a story is that it has to have a beginning, middle and end. This isn’t always easy to do, but if you can make sure your plot follows this structure, it will be much more cohesive and readable. Many stories fall apart because they don’t have a clear ending, or worse, they just stop without any kind of resolution.
Making sure your characters are believable and well developed
Another important element to a good story is making sure your characters are believable and well developed. This means giving them backstories, motivations and goals that make sense within the context of the story. If you want readers to invest in your characters, you need to make sure they are fleshed out and interesting.
Making sure your plot is well structured and intriguing
Finally, you want to make sure your plot is well structured and intriguing. This means having a clear beginning, middle and end, as well as using arc’s and tension to keep readers hooked. If the plot doesn’t make sense or it’s too predictable, readers will stop caring and won’t want to stick around!
Writing scenes that advance or teach us something about our own lives
When you’re writing a story, it should be like watching someone else live their life. We want to learn about ourselves or others through the characters we read about and what they go through. This is why good stories are full of scenes that advance the plot forward while simultaneously teaching us something new about our own lives. If your readers aren’t learning something from your writing, you’re not doing it right!
Writing a story that has an impact on the person who reads it
A story should be like a good photograph. It should have an impact on the person who looks at it. If there isn’t anything about your work that makes readers sit up and take notice then they won’t bother finishing it. This is why it’s so important to focus on creating a story that is well written and has something to offer the reader.
By following these simple steps, you can make sure your writing is up to par and will be sure to leave an impression!
John is a writer who focuses on fantasy. He had shared some of his works to his local community and is planning to branch out. He is also a part-time English teacher.