Hi! I’m a new writer and I was just wondering if anyone had any helpful writing tips that would make my story more interesting. I think my idea is good but I feel like it can be improved. To me, my dialogue just seems kinda boring and I really don’t really have any significant choices. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Number one rule: Be unique as there are many cliche stories that you could easily write, but if your story is like one no one has read before it might get more reads.
Plan Everything Out
So, when I first started out I tried to jump right in and hurry up and get my three episodes finished so I could post. NEVER DO THAT. You want to have an idea of where your episode is going instead of just going right in. There is really no rush for posting your first three episodes, make them as good as you can.
Ask For Help
Honestly, asking for help if you have an issue can really affect you as a writer. If you are ever stuck on something don’t be afraid to ask someone on the forums for help.
Sometimes reading a book or watching a tv show can give you different ideas on your story, write those ideas down!
Don’t sit on the computer for six hours straight maybe take a break, every hour or two, you still have a life and taking breaks can help with writers block.
Okay here are some:
don’t steal someones work and make a story that is intersting and uniqie.
If you are into cliches that’s fine, but there a loot cliche stories and there is just too many now…but if you are into that feel free to write.
For me personally I love to see how character has his ups and downs and develops in the story.
It’s important to take breakes, cuz oderwise you might lose your inspiration and motivation.
If you need some help you can always write story with someone who can help you.
don’t listen to anyone
I know this one is weird, but this is your and you shouldn’t listen to everyone, because there will be a loot of people with diffirent opinions, but remember that this is your story and enjoy writing it!
I might be a little late stumbling upon this, but also don’t be afraid to put a little of yourself into the story (: