by pburger 11 years ago
What is more important and why - plot, character, style, narration, description?
by TheDailyMessenger 10 years ago
What makes a really good story, in your opinion?
by Chris Mills 6 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 Ronald Stephanie WISEMAN 5 years ago
Does God get tired of forgiving me for the same sin?
by Ariana Phillips 9 years ago
What are some key elements of a really good story?
by Sammy 11 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??
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