Developing Your Story by Writing up a Storm

When you write, you always want to produce your best work. You would not want to publish something which is only half-baked. This is where writing up a storm comes in handy. To write up a storm is to use all your ability and effort into producing pieces you can be proud of. Don’t worry if your work will not be good enough; if you try you best you probably will create work that is easily satisfactory.

Writing up a storm is something you should readily practice. Do not just share a setting of a story, even if it’s an interesting one. What you write should have  a full plot, as I discussed in my previous post. This includes a setting, an escalation of event, a climax and a resolution. With all this in mind, you should then use your best abilities to write a great piece.

Do not slack on spelling and grammar, structure and sentence variation. All these small details may seem optional, but all good pieces include things of this nature. Your work should also be varied, complete and thoughtful. What you learn in school will come in handy here. In the end, you want a piece which matches the reaches of established writers.

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Published by Mahmoud Dualeh

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