how to write a story - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
If you ask someone how to write a story and they give you lists of criteria and set structures, thank them and walk away. After all, if you showed a bird an instruction manual on how to build a nest they'd give up too. Art needs freedom, rhythm and flow - all they offer are coffins for creativity. Here on Descriptionari we give you a platform to fly from, total freedom to browse random ideas in any direction and let your creativity blossom. This is where genius writers come to grow, welcome aboard.
Stories are shy animals in the forest, that will come to play when all is quiet. It is then that they leap and dance. And when they do, keep calm and still, for they must learn to trust you. Yet when you do this over and over, when you visit your stories every day, you can play right in among them and be a part of their games.
She'd been an author for a while, as long as she could remember, but she recalled how it all began, how she came to learn the craft of writing and storytelling. She began by writing random small ideas, saying yes to anything that came to her brain even if it was only a few words or a simple paragraph. After a time her brain was so nimble, so creative, that she could write about anything at all and it was as beautiful as poetry. So when anyone asked her how to write a story, she just said to as she had done and she was certain they too could do the same.
Edgar always said that learning how to write a story was so similar to learning how to dance. First you feel your emotions as a dancer feels the music, then your pen starts to move as a dancers feet do. You learn to live in the flow and trust it just as the dancer does with the song.