Finding the Structure of the Story You Want to Write
Dec 14th, 2017
It's one thing to find different ways to write about your story's structure--but what about structuring what it is you want to write?
With Subtext's Storytime feature, you can do that.
What is your story about? Is it about a band of marauding dwarves or a romance between long lost lovers? What if your story is as simple as a retelling of The Ugly Duckling?
I didn't even get a chance to finish my thought before the Atomizer came back with a "gist" of my story's structure!
What about something completely different?
My girlfriend Summer just suggested writing a story about "a lesbian and a straight girl." Let's see what the Atomizer says.
So many different stories to tell!
Now the only decision to make is where to focus the conflict. Do I want to write about the struggle with "Chasing Girls" or the very genuine challenge of "Getting a Girlfriend"?
Or maybe I want to get right down to the heart of the matter and write about "Giving It to Someone Straight"-a very literal interpretation of something emotional and passionate.
And this is where the Atomizer flips the script from analysis to creation.
A simple notion about a complicated relationship suddenly turns into the basis for a compelling and meaningful story!
These ideas and a hundred-thousand more are waiting to help you write your story. Register now for Subtext