Today’s post. I never written short story. But, now-a-days, feeling deliberate mindset to write a one or two short story. Let’s see and let’s try.
You probably don’t think short stories are very hard to write.
In fact, you might be the type who assumes short stories are even easier because, well…they’re short.
But that’s just not the case (there’s an art to writing an amazing story)—and I’ll tell you why in just a minute.
Short stories, and getting good at writing them, can actually set you up for success in other writing ventures as well.
They may be difficult, but we’re breaking down how to make them much easier, and what makes for a good one to begin with.
If you want to learn how to write a short story, you’ll have to go through these main steps:
- Know your character
- Outline your short story
- Start with something out of the ordinary
- Get your draft done as soon as possible
- Edit your short story
- Title your short story
- Get feedback about it
- Practice often
- Write a short story every day
- Define your core message
- Write a satisfying ending