How to Write the Perfect Story


 
-Start with an imperfect idea, ripe with infinite potential.

-Feature characters, flawed, expressively unique and on the verge of overwhelming their individual spheres of influence.

-Add meticulous word choices, rough on the edges but fluid within, sprung from their own peculiar reasoning.

-Commas are largely optional.

-Bridge even the abrupt gaps with chaotic contemplatives.

-Emotion stirring, quaking, falling like tears, echoing through laughter, ethereal, permeating every notion . . .

    I couldn’t let it go
    That dream, that beautiful dream
    My life incomplete if I awakened . . .

Fear of failure.
Fear of failure.
Fear of failure.
(I can’t emphasize this enough.)
 
 

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