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Writing an Intro and/ Scripted Mystery! Any tips?

TheMysteryWriter
TheMysteryWriter

Mar-22-2015 11:36

Hey guys! ^_^ I'm new and hoping to write an intro and/ scripted mystery! Story writing is my hobby. :)

Any tips would be appreciated.

Thank you! ;)

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Yeti Face
Yeti Face
Pinball Amateur

Mar-22-2015 12:14

Remember to use words, they're an often over looked aspect of writing, but forget about them and you have nothing.

TheMysteryWriter
TheMysteryWriter

Mar-22-2015 22:42

Thank you!

TheMysteryWriter
TheMysteryWriter

Mar-22-2015 22:42

...for the tip! :D

Yeti Face
Yeti Face
Pinball Amateur

Mar-24-2015 06:53

No problem at all!

I'm not sure if you could tell, but I haven't actually written a thing, and know absolutely nothing about anything. It makes my life quite difficult.

Perhaps you'd be best starting with writing an intro, and posting it up here so we can give you tips directly related to your writing? Personally I think intros are best when they don't go on for too long - the story in the introduction will never be concluded or even touched on again during the case after all. Just short, sharp, and to the point.


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