how to build a story

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I have so much to say about this, but in the interest of building my narrative, I will start with a story, a story which is a complex story.

In the beginning, we’re introduced to the narrator, a guy who is in love with his wife and loves to tell stories. The narrator tells us a story about his life, his family, and his love for his wife. The story is told in a very simple straightforward manner, but there is a twist at the end and you’ll have to read the sequel to find out what happens to the narrator.

In the sequel, we are introduced to the narrator’s son, who is now the narrator and now living in the present. He is a very likable guy, and has a very interesting story. Basically, he runs away from home when he was very young, and has a very difficult journey to making it back home. In this sequel, we see that his journey may not be as difficult as it was in the first one.

Although both versions of this story involve Colt, there are some differences. In the original story, Colt does not get out of the car (or house) until the end of his journey. While in the sequel, he gets out of the car when he hears a gunshot. The difference is that in the original, the car, or house, is actually the destination. It’s not the end that the narrator is trying to get home to, but the beginning.

The truth is that the whole reason this story was written in the first place was to show this very important distinction. In the original, the narrator has a very clear goal in mind. He wants to reach his destination and get to the end of the story. In the sequel, there are obvious roadblocks and detours in the way: a series of dead ends, dead ends that just have to be avoided.

The end of the story, in the original, is the whole point. The narrator is trying to get to the end of the story by getting to the end of the story by getting to the end of the story. In the sequel, there are roadblocks and detours in the way.

In the original, the narrator has a very clear story goal. Just like in life, we want to accomplish our goals, to get to our destination, to do the things that we set out to do. In the sequel, there are roadblocks and detours in the way.

The original story had a very clear purpose. When people read the story, they are supposed to understand the purpose of the narrator and what he wants. In the sequel, the story is more a story of failure than of success. When people read the story, they are supposed to understand the purpose of the narrator and what he wants. In the sequel, the story is more a story of failure than of success.

One problem I can see is that the sequel doesn’t really seem to make sense. We all want to finish the game but we don’t know what the point of it is. It seems that the story is actually about what people really want, which is to finish the game, but that’s not the point. If that was the point, the story would have ended where the protagonist was, not the point where the protagonist is.

I can see that. I think the story is about what people want, but not the point of the story. It is the point of the story that is the point of the story.

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