-Don’t be a writer – Be writing”
– William Faulkner
A great story evolves before gaining acceptance and then recognition.
Coming up with a somewhat superbly intriguing piece sometimes require a wild imagination.
At least an origination of the idea.
A vision, possibly.
A thought process that not only you can see and identify with.
It’s ideal that your story have a subject, that foundation is key and it’s on it the story structure is laid.
That subject keeps you focused.
Thus giving a direction to your destination.
The destination is the alleyway or labyrinth through which you navigate your story, that is.
However, it is not compulsory that every story must have a conclusion.
Reason you have many arisen and reawakened stories, a part 2 or to be continued editions.
The genre; action packed, dramatic, suspense, fantasy, thriller or romance is up to you.
Real or fictitious is also a choice you decide yourself.
Keeping it simple is equally important. No unnecessary frills.
Simple is the new sexy you know.
“Life is a STORY – Make yours a BESTSELLER”
There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
@ O’Shine ORIGINAL