Dialogue can be a very effective tool in story writing; it can be used to break the monotony of continuous narrative and is an important element of characterization and setting.
Lesson 2 was about analysing the modern short story primarily in magazines for story length, paragraph length, amount of dialogue, number of characters, endings, etc.
This three-part Short Story Tutorial is intended as a simple guide to assist students and teachers in understanding and writing the Short Story. Tutorial 3 provides a practical example.
Fiction Stories are fun to write whether it is your hobby or profession. What are the exact strategies to follow? How do you actually get popular and better and still better at it? In order to get these answers, please read on.
Not all romantic short stories have to feature a young woman as the heroine. Sometimes your audience prefers a more mature protagonist.
A good command of language and a good understanding of the elements of the short story are necessary prerequisites to writing the short story. The rest is left to the writer's skill and creativity.
You never know who you'll meet when you're working out of a shoe box. Pigeon's luck begins to change when he has a chance encounter with a stranger.
In writing, there is no “one size fits all.” You must develop your own style of writing. Identifying that style is not as daunting as it may seem.
Crime and investigation are great stories. Knowing the world of crime is how you write thrillers, mysteries, and other related crime dramas. Avoid getting caught writing cliches and write an accurate crime story.
The Wild, Wild West: let your fingers do the walking and your gun do the talking!