Too Busy? Try These Tips To Streamline Your Story

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  1. Start with a clear structure: Having a clear structure in mind for your story will help you stay focused and organized as you write.
  2. Use simple language: Avoid using overly complex or flowery language, as it can make your story harder to follow.
  3. Cut unnecessary scenes or characters: If there are scenes or characters that don’t add to the story, consider cutting them to streamline the narrative.
  4. Use transitions: Transitions can help connect different parts of your story and make the narrative flow more smoothly.
  5. Show, don’t tell: Instead of telling the reader what’s happening, show them through dialogue, action, and descriptive details.
  6. Use active voice: Active voice makes sentences more direct and engaging, while passive voice can make them sound dull and convoluted.
  7. Edit ruthlessly: Once you’ve finished your story, go back and edit it to remove any redundant or unnecessary information.
  8. Read it out loud: Reading your story out loud can help you identify awkward sentences or inconsistencies in the narrative flow.
  9. Get feedback: Have others read your story and provide feedback, it will help you to identify areas that need improvement.
  10. Keep in mind the purpose of your story: Remembering the purpose of your story will help you to focus on what’s important and eliminate anything that doesn’t contribute to that purpose.

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