In Episode, your choices decide the path of your story. There have been over 7 billion episodes viewed on Episode so far, which adds up to over 97,000 years of combined viewing time! We’ve also opened up our storytelling platform and have the world’s largest community of interactive stories and storytellers, with over 12 million registered creators and 100,000 stories.
Topic: Write a story with title “A true friend” Outline: 1. Describe how you regained consciousness in hospital and tried to figure out what had happened. 2. Describe briefly the background of your friendship with Tuan Anh. 3. Describe in detail how you felt envious of your friend and pushed him roughly. 4.
Knowing how to write a good story is a powerful skill. The human mind is drawn to stories. Recite a laundry list of events from your day at work and our eyes glaze over. But tell us how the copier jammed and you heroically saved the day with some duct tape and a paper clip? We’re riveted.
Always write down the hypothesis and then take into consideration these simple tips. This would help you in composing the best title for your research paper. Here's an quick 3-minute recap of the tips on writing an effective research paper title.
The challenge with crafting a title this way is that it becomes opaque. It’s also much easier to write a bad title when striving for something poetic or clever than if you’re going for clarity. In most cases, the reader won’t click to find out more because they didn’t understand what the story was about in the first place.
Learn how to write a love story that's believable and romantic! Last week, Valentine's Day got me thinking about some of the greatest literary love stories. Pride and Prejudice. Wuthering Heights. Gone with the Wind. There's a reason why these classics still have us swooning today.
Some writers choose to add quotations as they write. Others decide to add their quotations at specific points in the story, after it’s already been developed. Either way, place your quotes and be sure to identify key people in the story by their full name, occupation, and age. 6. Research additional facts and figures.
Students write stories to go along with these fun cartoon pictures. Free, printable worksheets include a picture page and lined paper for writing.