Writing Creative Writing

Solomon Addison, Writer

There are many types of stories and plots. The Seven Basic Plots; Why We Tell Stories by Christopher Booker, which was worked on for thirty-four years, contains comedy, tragedy, quest, monster, rags to riches, voyage and the return, and rebirth, as well as the rule of three, which is always in a trio, a which is ironically explained in four ways, the simple or cumulative, the ascending, the contrasting, and the final and dialectical form of three. The different book types or genres, and as followed, fiction would include action and adventure, alt history, anthology, children’s, comic book, coming of age, crime, drama, fairytale, fantasy, graphic novel, historical fiction, horror, mystery, and more, while Non-fiction would be stuff like an auobiography, cookbook, dictionary, health guide, etc.

There are also really different creative types: the artist, the thinker, the adventurer, the maker, the producer, the dreamer, the innovator, the visionary, etc. People would say that children that. Anyone could make a story, but what matters is that it’s attention getting and if it’s impactful. You have to think about the questions that need to be answered, or if it’s something like a mystery, then try to make sure the answer isn’t obvious. Try to introduce yourself before you begin your story as well as the setting of the story.