Story Techniques

31st August 2015 - By 

Story Techniques are writers’ tricks used to manipulate the reader throughout a story, for example to ‘keep them guessing’ as a mystery unravels.

Different techniques are best suited to certain styles of story and writing and it’s important to give consideration to using them carefully and deliberately. A good way of planning which techniques to use is to first consider the structure of a story and the emotional journey that you wish a reader to have as they read a story.

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