article I have spent the last several months learning the ropes of writing stories using a tool called a storyteller, which is a tool I learned to use when I was working in a book publishing company.
But it is a very specific tool, and I had no idea what the word “teller” meant, so I had to learn how to write stories.
The trick is to keep your stories simple and make them memorable.
Here are my top tips to write memorable stories that readers will remember.1.
Write the story for an audience that cares about the story.
If you have a story that you want to tell to your readers, it makes sense to tell them what the story is about.
For instance, in my book, I wanted to tell my readers about how a woman from Texas was raped and how she is going to fight back against the rapists.
If your readers care about your story, they will be interested in reading about the rapist, the survivor, and her story.2.
Don’t be afraid to use a few of the most common words in the English language.
I wrote a story called “The Man Who Killed My Brother,” and I used the word murder a lot, but I think that I got away with it because I wasn’t afraid to write the story using the words that are the most commonly used in the media.
You don’t need to use the words in every sentence, but use them in some situations to help you get your message across.3.
Use an example.
The story I’m about to tell you is about a man who raped and killed his brother.
I have a couple of examples for every possible word.
In the story, I’m using the word rape as the most obvious example, but you can also use the word robbery, and even the word homicide, to make the story more personal.
I used a story about a father who is trying to save his daughter from an abusive father.
In this story, the father is trying desperately to help his daughter, but the father also wants to save her from the rapist.4. Don