Storytelling has been one of the roots that make humans unique in our world, and still is even in this digital age. It is a tool that everyone has used at some point in their life, whether you are sitting around a campfire with a flashlight, or in a chatroom typing madly away. We tell stories to convey emotions, ideas, to keep alive traditions and practices, to bring together people under a similar blanket where you can relate to one another in a common theme. If you can tell a good story, it will not only be remembered, but it will be felt long after you have told it.
Every story has three parts: the beginning, middle, and end. Within that, there's a 'road map' that a story generally follows - introduction and conflict, the climax, and the resolution. Somewhere along the way, you need to outline the following things for a reader to be, at a base level, engaged with what is going on in your story:Who is the protagonist(s)?What is the