Thursday, 10 September 2015

Prepare for landing: Wrapping up your story

Every story must have and ending. But before you go wrapping up your story you have to have resolution a resolution puts an end to your problem.  There are loads of different ways to end your problem.

Most stories have a happy ending but not all your story might have a different ending to most. Make yours unique and special.

Key things to remember.........

  • To make it unique. 
  • It has to fit in with the rest of your story.
  • An ending takes time let it be a good paragraph to a chapter.
  • Be creative it is your story.
  • Get inspiration every writer need an image or something to inspire them! 

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

During the Flight: Charters with a Problem

Once you have started your story you will eventually reach a point where you need to add a problem.
Every story must have a charter with a problem. This can be any type but it will decide the resolution of the story. It also should be linked with you charters personality and setting.

People say that you need one big problem to make a story interesting but I believe that you can have a main one and a few small ones that are linked with clues to your resolution.

Clues are more important at this stage but they are important at all stages just they need to be more noticeable.

Take off: Beginning Middle and Ending

Every story needs a beginning middle and ending. This helps set the story and layer it so that your reader a clear idea of what is going on in the story.

A short story would normally have about one to two paragraphs per layer. A chapter book can have a series of chapters to create a longer but more interesting.

This is also very similar to another modal witch goes into mere detail. (Pictured Below)

The start is where you introduce the charters and setting. Next you add in the start of a problem also called a climax and add small clues that will lead to the revolution.  At the end most stories end happily but really it depends on what type of story you are writing.