In my opinion, writing a story is like forging a blade. You have your pieces of metal which in case of writing a story are ideas and you stack them up in the appropriate order to make a base of the story and then you draw the words out making the necessary length of the story. After letting the story cool and compose you give it shape, finesse and at the very end you give it its sharpness. Just like the blade if the story is sharp enough it gives a better impact to the readers.
4 down and 1 to go. The last one is 2/3 done 📖 Madness Trilogy (Working Title)...
- Legacy of Light and Darkness 📖
Vol 1. 79 762 words.
Vol 2. 68 976 words.
Vol 3. 46 846 words.
- Dream Story Trilogy and Other Short Stories 📖
37 592 words.
Sometimes I make a story number one and then I go to story number three only to return to story number two. Because after writing story number three I got more insight into what story number two could be and expand it which would be impossible if I wrote the story number two first and the whole impact of the story would be a lot weaker. Especially when I was given an awesome idea by a friend and I could utilize the idea more efficiently. Sometimes people come close to ruining the story and letting all the awesome ideas get lost in the process because you can`t fit them in the right place anymore. By doing this I give honor to the creator of the great masterpiece called STAR WARS, and I am not talking about the future works after George Lucas sold his company to Disney. His work began from four to six and then it returned to one to three which is awesome and I can totally see why he did it. Lucas is one of my great inspirations and I admire his creative work and the whole story which he made. But he is not the only one. There are so many creators who are misunderstood but their works speak for them and give us insight into their life, mind and soul. They are the true artist who create and use their imagination in the process….