A small guide to help the mediocre author.
I have been writing story’s for almost 3 years now and there are a couple of tips to remember.
“Five – The man knew not what he did.
Four- It was so cruel and strange.
Three- For he was once a friend.
Two – Could he not feel my pain?
One- Who is truly the monster?
The man clenched his heart and felt the pulsation become stronger. He knew time was here. As he lifted his right arm away from his chest he began to reach for the sky. The flesh of his body turned into a sickly green. His left arm lunged toward the ground supporting his shrinking legs and his growing mass. His muscles began to bulge. He felt the power. He felt the strength. He felt the over-whelming dread.
Spikes emerged from the skin on his arms. His face shrived into a monster’s. He knew what his friend had done, but he forgave. He forgave, at one’s last memories, for men are not those who begin the battles but those who end them.
I was glad it is I who am the man. For beginning it, the monster can only cause problems.”
This is a story I wrote on a car trip.
Hopefully This Helps.