What is the format of story writing

- A story has a beginning, a middle and an end. First think of the genre of your story: thriller, mystery, tragedy, comedy, etc.
- Decide the characters and their relations with each other. Choose a protagonist, antagonist, etc.
- The style of writing has to be thought about carefully: first person or third person narrative, autobiographical, etc.
- The beginning must be gripping and the story line should proceed logically.
- Use the writer's 'licence' to mould or distort some facts if you desire!
- A new idea can be introduced in a new paragraph.
- Include conversation between characters, keep the plot moving at a good pace.
- Do not be repetitive, unless to emphasise an important element.

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Hi,
The following may help you:

- decide the genre you want to write in: tragedy, comedy, romantic, horror, thriller, etc
- think of the story line and plot
- characters, their names and relations to each other, protagonist, antagonist
- main point of conflict that needs resolution, the situation that is interesting and offers scope for the story to progress
- setting of the play in a particular age and at a particular time(for example:eighteenth century, England, winter day)
- how many scenes and acts in the play
- challenges, twists and turns in the story to make it gripping 

Cheers!!
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Hi,
Here is a proper structure and way to write a story:


- A story has a beginning, a middle and an end. First think of the genre of your story: thriller, mystery, tragedy, comedy, etc.
- Decide the characters and their relations with each other. Choose a protagonist, antagonist, etc.
- The style of writing has to be thought about carefully: first person or third person narrative, autobiographical, etc.
- The beginning must be gripping and the story line should proceed logically.
- Use the writer's 'licence' to mould or distort some facts if you desire!
- A new idea can be introduced in a new paragraph.
- Include conversation between characters, keep the plot moving at a good pace.
- Do not be repetitive, unless to emphasise an important element.


Cheers!!
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