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Can someone help me write a short story that tells about a ficitonal event in which a central conflict is - or is not - resolved?

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  1. gjhfdfg Group Title
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    Im seriously completely stupid when it comes to story writing

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    How do you remember your username? I enjoy this topic, I'll see what I can do. So, let's think of general themes.... These would be Man Vs. Man, Man Vs self, Man Vs. Nature... Within those you can typically find Good Vs. Evil. A good way to write would be think of what you like to read. Do you like dystopian, fairytale, scyfi, fiction, non fiction? Then by choosing those, you have the basics of your short story. (I'm not just leaving you with that, respond saying what you think and I'll be happy to help more!)

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    Haha, you can type in your email instead of username instead, thats what I do. Hmm I'm not much of a reader but I've the Twilight Saga, HP, & the hunger games. so I'd say maybe fiction.?

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    lol, right, I do that too... xD fictiony, actiony, romancy. Okie dokie. What's also fun is to pretent you're the character you're writing about, it makes writing much more interesting. (this is really difficult) I'll go see if there are any general stpry outlines that can help.

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    I meant read. * I know the Twilight Saga a whole lot more than the others,

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    I figured you meant so... um... it's hard for me to come up with stuff, but what also works is finding a photo and try to base it off of that.

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    Maybe I should pick a different one, I looked up photos & all I could find for Robet Patterson & Kristen Stewart making out.

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    Were*

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    I could suggest a forbiden love, probably the conflict wouldn't be resolved, slightly dark. And by writing about something, I meant generally, not literally writing about Twilight :P

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    Oh my bah haha,

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    Thanks for the story, but I'd like to do this myself. I just need pointers/help

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    in that case, I would just tell you that NOTHING is too crazy or wild to be a short story... I've found that teachers are looking more for the use of imagination, than for you to be grammatically correct... Just have fun with it, and even try incorporating some of your life experiences! (it makes things so much more realistic.) The more graphic or unique, the better! :)

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    Can i just comment, this sounds so fun :O But yeah, i agree with Sheradon, go crazy. :D Just don't put inappropriate things it in since it's a school paper o.O

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    hah alright ty

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