Who is not afraid to start a blank sheet? This has all happened to us. But you can’t start with something if you don’t have a clear idea. And you’ve probably seen the previous article called “Discover concepts for your story in three steps.” If you haven’t done so, take a look.
This is the first page of my comic, LIVE FOREVER.
What happened to this guy? Who did this to him? What exactly happened to him? The answers to these questions you’ll get during the story once I publish my comic book. Please subscribe to my mailing list if you haven’t already done it, so you don’t miss any news.
Starting with questions is the best way to start a story.
Want to know the trick?
Start with disturbances and problems. Many literary writers begin their first scene with struggles, and this can be from someone who destroys an alarm clock at five in the morning, until a massive catastrophe. Watch it well, it even happens a lot in movies. If you ask the reader to ask questions, he/she will feel more drawn to the story.
As I mentioned before, I am developing a course of writing comics, and although it will take me some months to finish it, I ask you to wait for it. It’s going to be a consistent course, easy to take with valuable in its content. Stay tuned.
In the following article, I’ll give you some gifts 😉
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