For individuals who aspire to become creative writers, it is essential to have the visual and storytelling components because most readers don’t just simply read the story. Pictures and drawings bring the stories to life.
Here are some tips for aspiring creative writers:
Balance your story with drawings/photographs.
Organize your story with many details.
Create a summary to get started.
Determine if the story will be fictional/non-fictional.
Will the story contain a rhythm pattern?
Revise your work until you are ready for publishing.
Similar to a book report you write in school, movie reports entail the essential parts beyond the film’s summary. In other words, you write about the main characters, their roles and the life lessons an audience can take from the film, itself. You gather notes from the book, compare and contrast the story-line to the film.
Here are examples of a book report:
What is the book’s story-line?
Who are the main characters?
Who is the protagonist?
Who is the antagonist?
What have you learned from the book?
Here are examples of a movie report:
Write the film’s synopsis with 32 words or less.
Name & Describe the characters.
What are the main characters’ purposes in the film?
What are the similarities and differences between the film & book versions?
Overall conclusion about the life lessons audiences can gather from the film.
Since I have run out of ideas lately, I have posted a list down below I will take into consideration when blogging about something next time. But before doing so, do a quick a search and see if the topic has been covered. If so, move onto something else. My New Years Resolution is to cover as many topics between here and on my professional blog as possible.
Attending & Discussing events on campus
Discussing weight loss goals
Write movie reviews
New Years Resolution Solution
Trips to many places in TN
Events and concerts in Nashville
Interviewing someone in the political/journalism arena