How To Write a Fictional Story
Feb 9th, 2011 - I plan to remake this as well as more How To Write videos. If you want to know when they're up, send me a message through me email (below) or through youtube or comment. I'll let you know when they become available.
This is a project for my English Class on how to write fiction. Maybe there's some things you don't agree with, but I find this to be the most effective way to write a story. I had to make it on powerpoint and then print screen copy and paste on paint and I didn't realize until the end that some of those print screens had red spelling lines amongst other things that were copied.
If you have any questions about the points made in the video, feel free to send me a message on youtube or my email (email@example.com).
deus ex machina = Doos ecks mah key nah = When a deity or powerful figure solves the heroes problem effortlessly and all is solved and good again.
Mary Sue = A character, almost always a female of which all the male characters, protagonists or antagonist, love her. Antagonists usually kidnap her because they love her and the heroic males save her because they love her, and no other female character in the story stands a chance against her because she's so 'perfect'.
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