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What is Creative Writing part 2 What makes good creative writing? Consider it as a deep understanding of life and or your environment as told through your eyes so others can see what you see. Feel what you feel. Observe the world around you. What do you see? Where are you? How did you get there?
They still need a definite beginning, middle, and end. As you go, establish an emotional rhythm. Bestsellers have an emotional pattern. You don’t have the space to write out much character development but you need to really know that character yourself. You can allude, infer, hint, and foreshadow, to let your reader know them without using up valuable word space. Remember 10,000 words or less is a short story. Many are only 5 thousand.
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Character Development for Writing Short Stories There are many ways to develop your characters for stories of any length. How do you like to do it?