How can I start writing a story book

How can I start writing a story book?

I asked the exact same question to my English teacher a few days ago and he told me that the best way to start writing is to just sit down and write.

So I did some research about the narration styles I want to start my books with and gave it a shot.

It’s a book about presentation techniques that’ll be published in KINDLE store in the first week of MAY,2017.

Here’s a glance :
Inhale.

Take in as much air as you can.
This story should last about as long as you can hold your breath, and then just a little bit longer.
So listen as fast as you can.
This too shall pass.
This is what he told myself 5 minutes before going on stage.
The proverbial “HE” here had stage fright and this was his first experience speaking to a room full of modestly intelligent people after a long time.
The adrenaline had started to kick in.
Stage one – ADRENALINE
4 minutes to go….

He could feel the gun pressed against his cheek, ready to blow his brains.
His tongue touched the barrel of the gun.
That wave of fear returned.
His nervous system started to swindle.
He soon remembered the body’s initial reaction to adrenaline: FIGHT or FLEE.
FLEEING was never an option.
His training had taught him that.
Stage two – INDULGENCE.

3 minutes to go….

200,000 years of evolution and the nervous system still couldn’t tell the difference between a sabre tooth tiger and a room full of undergrad students.
His entire body was trigger happy right now.
“All the worlds’ a stage,
And all the men and women merely players,
They have their exits and their entrances.

Exits & Entrances.
.
.
.
.
.

Not a good time to remember the man who ruined high school English.
Inhale
This too shall pass………
Stage three – ACCEPTANCE.

He felt a tap on the shoulder, he was jolted back to his senses.
It was the organizer.
Are you ok, Sir? , lied to him, hated doing that.
2 minutes to go……
Last time he checked even a bullet tried and failed to scare him, what was wrong this time ……
Was it because he’s back at his Alma mater, staring at the familiar faces of his professors.
He could still feel the judging look of his professors.
Was it because he joined the army and didn’t turn out to be an investment banker as they’d expected him to? Was it because he was different?
Stage four – INTROSPECTION
** Point is none of this matters, this is exactly what fear does to you in the face of adversity.

Go on, keep reading : who told you to stop !!
Yes, I am different.
All they ever expected from me was to sell them my plans while I never got a chance to sell them my dreams.
I’m going to sell them my dreams today ( the Martin Luther King in him shouted ).
1 minute to go……
He got up and started going through his speech.
He didn’t have the gun in his mouth now.
He was nervous but certainly a free man now, free from expectations, he had decided to sell his dreams instead of plans, things that truly inspired him.
Stage 5 – ACCEPTANCE
30 seconds to go….
.

He starts walking towards the stage.
The lights almost rendered him blind but all that didn’t matter now.
It was his show.
He was the man.
Want to know what exactly made him give the greatest presentation ever ???
Keep reading….
.
**Any suggestions good/bad is appreciated.

Just look at the thing next to you link it with anything that’s biblical in your life and your wishes.
channel that to a lead character of the story,
devlope his/her relations and network where he can nurture this wishes/talents.
add a pinch of difficulties to make it more interesting
let the unexpected(adventurous/thrills) happen with his life i.
e.
it could be as small as a surprise or as big as the chosen one.
next and most importantly,
keep thinking and linking new great stuff to existing story.
“Beacause a story always ends when it loses it’s interest in you”

How can I start writing a story book?

I asked the exact same question to my English teacher a few days ago and he told me that the best way to start writing is to just sit down and write.

So I did some research about the narration styles I want to start my books with and gave it a shot.

It’s a book about presentation techniques that’ll be published in KINDLE store in the first week of MAY,2017.

Here’s a glance :
Inhale.

Take in as much air as you can.
This story should last about as long as you can hold your breath, and then just a little bit longer.
So listen as fast as you can.
This too shall pass.
This is what he told myself 5 minutes before going on stage.
The proverbial “HE” here had stage fright and this was his first experience speaking to a room full of modestly intelligent people after a long time.
The adrenaline had started to kick in.
Stage one – ADRENALINE
4 minutes to go….

He could feel the gun pressed against his cheek, ready to blow his brains.
His tongue touched the barrel of the gun.
That wave of fear returned.
His nervous system started to swindle.
He soon remembered the body’s initial reaction to adrenaline: FIGHT or FLEE.
FLEEING was never an option.
His training had taught him that.
Stage two – INDULGENCE.

3 minutes to go….

200,000 years of evolution and the nervous system still couldn’t tell the difference between a sabre tooth tiger and a room full of undergrad students.
His entire body was trigger happy right now.
“All the worlds’ a stage,
And all the men and women merely players,
They have their exits and their entrances.

Exits & Entrances.
.
.
.
.
.

Not a good time to remember the man who ruined high school English.
Inhale
This too shall pass………
Stage three – ACCEPTANCE.

He felt a tap on the shoulder, he was jolted back to his senses.
It was the organizer.
Are you ok, Sir? , lied to him, hated doing that.
2 minutes to go……
Last time he checked even a bullet tried and failed to scare him, what was wrong this time ……
Was it because he’s back at his Alma mater, staring at the familiar faces of his professors.
He could still feel the judging look of his professors.
Was it because he joined the army and didn’t turn out to be an investment banker as they’d expected him to? Was it because he was different?
Stage four – INTROSPECTION
** Point is none of this matters, this is exactly what fear does to you in the face of adversity.

Go on, keep reading : who told you to stop !!
Yes, I am different.
All they ever expected from me was to sell them my plans while I never got a chance to sell them my dreams.
I’m going to sell them my dreams today ( the Martin Luther King in him shouted ).
1 minute to go……
He got up and started going through his speech.
He didn’t have the gun in his mouth now.
He was nervous but certainly a free man now, free from expectations, he had decided to sell his dreams instead of plans, things that truly inspired him.
Stage 5 – ACCEPTANCE
30 seconds to go….
.

He starts walking towards the stage.
The lights almost rendered him blind but all that didn’t matter now.
It was his show.
He was the man.
Want to know what exactly made him give the greatest presentation ever ???
Keep reading….
.
**Any suggestions good/bad is appreciated.

Just look at the thing next to you link it with anything that’s biblical in your life and your wishes.
channel that to a lead character of the story,
devlope his/her relations and network where he can nurture this wishes/talents.
add a pinch of difficulties to make it more interesting
let the unexpected(adventurous/thrills) happen with his life i.
e.
it could be as small as a surprise or as big as the chosen one.
next and most importantly,
keep thinking and linking new great stuff to existing story.
“Beacause a story always ends when it loses it’s interest in you”

How can I start writing a story book?

I asked the exact same question to my English teacher a few days ago and he told me that the best way to start writing is to just sit down and write.

So I did some research about the narration styles I want to start my books with and gave it a shot.

It’s a book about presentation techniques that’ll be published in KINDLE store in the first week of MAY,2017.

Here’s a glance :
Inhale.

Take in as much air as you can.
This story should last about as long as you can hold your breath, and then just a little bit longer.
So listen as fast as you can.
This too shall pass.
This is what he told myself 5 minutes before going on stage.
The proverbial “HE” here had stage fright and this was his first experience speaking to a room full of modestly intelligent people after a long time.
The adrenaline had started to kick in.
Stage one – ADRENALINE
4 minutes to go….

He could feel the gun pressed against his cheek, ready to blow his brains.
His tongue touched the barrel of the gun.
That wave of fear returned.
His nervous system started to swindle.
He soon remembered the body’s initial reaction to adrenaline: FIGHT or FLEE.
FLEEING was never an option.
His training had taught him that.
Stage two – INDULGENCE.

3 minutes to go….

200,000 years of evolution and the nervous system still couldn’t tell the difference between a sabre tooth tiger and a room full of undergrad students.
His entire body was trigger happy right now.
“All the worlds’ a stage,
And all the men and women merely players,
They have their exits and their entrances.

Exits & Entrances.
.
.
.
.
.

Not a good time to remember the man who ruined high school English.
Inhale
This too shall pass………
Stage three – ACCEPTANCE.

He felt a tap on the shoulder, he was jolted back to his senses.
It was the organizer.
Are you ok, Sir? , lied to him, hated doing that.
2 minutes to go……
Last time he checked even a bullet tried and failed to scare him, what was wrong this time ……
Was it because he’s back at his Alma mater, staring at the familiar faces of his professors.
He could still feel the judging look of his professors.
Was it because he joined the army and didn’t turn out to be an investment banker as they’d expected him to? Was it because he was different?
Stage four – INTROSPECTION
** Point is none of this matters, this is exactly what fear does to you in the face of adversity.

Go on, keep reading : who told you to stop !!
Yes, I am different.
All they ever expected from me was to sell them my plans while I never got a chance to sell them my dreams.
I’m going to sell them my dreams today ( the Martin Luther King in him shouted ).
1 minute to go……
He got up and started going through his speech.
He didn’t have the gun in his mouth now.
He was nervous but certainly a free man now, free from expectations, he had decided to sell his dreams instead of plans, things that truly inspired him.
Stage 5 – ACCEPTANCE
30 seconds to go….
.

He starts walking towards the stage.
The lights almost rendered him blind but all that didn’t matter now.
It was his show.
He was the man.
Want to know what exactly made him give the greatest presentation ever ???
Keep reading….
.
**Any suggestions good/bad is appreciated.

Just look at the thing next to you link it with anything that’s biblical in your life and your wishes.
channel that to a lead character of the story,
devlope his/her relations and network where he can nurture this wishes/talents.
add a pinch of difficulties to make it more interesting
let the unexpected(adventurous/thrills) happen with his life i.
e.
it could be as small as a surprise or as big as the chosen one.
next and most importantly,
keep thinking and linking new great stuff to existing story.
“Beacause a story always ends when it loses it’s interest in you”

Updated: 22.06.2019 — 7:13 pm

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