Analyzation is a very important part of writing any kind of story-either in book or movie form. 

Why do the characters do what they do, act the way they act, or react. 

It is important to know why character A. is acting a certain way to character B., but then also if A has had something happen that would change the way they would usually act to what B did. 

And on top of that, you may have to throw in somewhere what actually happened to A to alter the way they usually react. 

Welcome to my world when writing a story. 

Confusing? A bit, but once you have it down it won't be. 

A little bit of work is needed. 

And that's okay. 

Some stories have been pushed into my personal slush pile because they just didn't add up. 

Now, of course, there will be times when you have to say heck with it and let the story be. Try to tie up as many loose ends as possible and let it fly. Because if you don't, you'll never get anything out to the world. 

But as you get better and tie up as many ends as possible, your quality will be that much better for it. 

How much do you analyze a story? Do you just write it down and go over it a few times to make sure it is grammatically sound, or do you analyze it down to the very lasts bits of sanity you may still have? 

Let me know in the comments below, or on Twitter @Wcmarchese 

Hope to see you there. 


And for now, as time permits, I am going to add the YouTube version. This may just be a Friday thing but I'm testing it out.


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