How To WriteHow To Write
By Popprincess842 (Aka CassidyRayne)
Now, these are just my opinions on how to write, since I'm a writer myself. If your way is different, that's alright, I'm just helping others who need a little start to begin writing.
Step 1 - Idea Building
You may not think of an idea right away, no big deal, but DON'T force yourself to make something up. If you force yourself, most likely it won't be a good writing piece. And, don't steal ideas from others, whether their work is published or not! To start building ideas, do stuff that you like to do. For example, if I need ideas, I'll listen to music, read, draw.... etc... You get the point. Just remember, don't force yourself, and don't steal ideas.
Step 2 - Getting It On The Paper
If you're having trouble putting your idea into words, then tell someone close to you what you want your story to be about. If it's easy to explain, then it may turn out to be easy to write down. If it's a hard concept to explain, then maybe try re-wording
Southern Dreamer - 1My story, unlike many other’s tales, begins in a simple, yet unusual, place. North Carolina. Okay, I’m a southern girl, you may not think country folk have adventurous, scary, lives. Well, think again. My name, you ask? To answer that, I must explain my reason for being here. My mamma, plain and average as she is, met a man, that man was named after a mythical creature. Vampire. His last name was Vamp, yes was, he had died in a car crash a decade ago. He’d left us two years before. As I was saying, my name, my beautifully cursed name, is Cassandra Nova Vamp. It is cursed indeed, or so the myths say.
The myths say my name means death. Not just any death, no… Death by a mythical creature called a vampire. My mamma told me vampires will suck the life out of you, she has also said that it’s impossible to escape their trap. Vampires are supersonic, winged, god-like,