Story Structure Demo
Entry for December 2, 2017
What do you want for Christmas?
What are we writing that will encourage others to be peaceful?
Publish the Good News everywhere. The ones who know why the season is celebrated must share.
Jesus came to deliver all from despair and destruction.
Entry for December 1, 2017
What are your hangups?
What we allow in our area, especially family and pets will keep us in the pen.
Writer's block does not always mean that the writer can't think of what to write. Our imagination goes on ad infintim. We have a knee jerk reaction when family or needy pet shows up.
My son in law is in the hospital.
Entry for November 30, 2017
WHAT GOES ON IN YOUR HEAD
Have you ever watched the sunlight move the shadows across a surface?
You can relate your character to those shadows that move across the scene in your mind.
What goes on in your head when you see the shadow is what you get. You might see the shadow as the villian chasing a character in the story. If you look at the light patterns, it could appear that the light is winning.
Use your imagination on things in your world.
Entry for November 29, 2017
How does your character adapt?
Do they adjust their looks, clothes or personality to get their way?
Get ready to find new ways for your character to interact with the story. A mechanic might want to use tools to solve their problems. A seamstress might sew their enemy into a corner of a quilt.
Mountain people could hide in caves until the revenuers(1929) left.
Entry for November 28, 2017
Generally in the story the character is against what appears to be insurmountable odds.
Then the character gets rescued.
How far will your character go to get rescued? Do they have the proverbial Swiss Army knife? I'm guessing they may not be the MacGyver type. They have to decide to get delivered.
Barriers between the character and their desire starts the story.
Entry for November 27, 2017
Mix and match your characters in different situations.
Last week might have brought you into contact with many different people.
How many people would your character usually associate? Normally you may have many people in your story, but the basic story should be about three people interacting.
Of course, there will be many people contributing dialogue, like waitress, bus or cab driver.
Encouraging words to help you write.
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