Any idea's for a good story
preferrably horror but all ideas excepted
Any story revolving around a theme involving love, fraud, money, relationship and adventure etc.
I have a good idea for a story: why women from small families are more liberal and more ambitious than women from large families who tend to be more traditional and are satisfied with the minimum from life.
If you're going to go the horror route, make it good. There hasn't been a good truly scary novel written in years, since Stephen King got hit by a van. And horror movies are practically nonexistent.
You might want to decide what setting you want. Where? Time and place? Leading roles or a collection of main characters? Fantasy or believable?
Also...you might want to come up with your own ideas, otherwise you're just plagerizing and cashing in on someone else's creative efforts.
You also might want to take some classes in English, particularly grammar and spelling. It's "ideas" without an apostrophe, and it's "accepted," not "excepted."
Terry Johnson got up about an hour before dawn to go on a fishing trip, he opened his front door and on his front path was a pentagram with a black candle of death flickering away at the points, a headless chicken lay in its own blood at the centre...
by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Good writing won't save a bad story. Bad writing won't necessarily kill a good story. Thoughts?I read something along these lines recently and I can't remember who wrote it. King? Hemingway? There's no excuse for poor writing, but I'm thinking about the value of a good...
by Sammy 8 years ago
Every time I start a new story, I always attempt to create a story board so I dont forget small details and characteristics of the main story line, yet I never end up doing it.It it an essential part of writing a story??
by TheDailyMessenger 6 years ago
What makes a really good story, in your opinion?
by pburger 8 years ago
What is more important and why - plot, character, style, narration, description?
by Shealy Healy 8 years ago
Art-Can a good story (one that makes you think-does not tell the answer to all of your questions-one that leaves you wanting to know more) act as a work of art in process?
by Eugene Hardy 6 years ago
Does a story have to be 'believable' to be a good story?Even in science fiction, should it not be believable?
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