What is The Story?

31st August 2015 - By 

Sometimes what begins as a story ends up as a rambling version of various events. It’s important to reflect on what has been written and to then consider whether those things are important to the telling of the actual story you want to tell.

This reference sheet prompts writers to reflect on their initial story ideas and first drafts to determine the key question of ‘what is their story?’

This can be particularly useful for collaborative stories that can easily become complicated and diluted between many different ideas. By using this approach writers can ensure they have a clear storyline and then develop their story accordingly.

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