‘What Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Knew About Storytelling’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

‘What Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Knew About Storytelling’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

“Holmes and Watson are different, though. Yes, you remember the stories in the way I just described – but there’s an added element. You have friends. The lithe chemist and sturdy military doctor walk beside you down the street, drink coffee with you, remind you to notice every detail and omit nothing. They are, in a word, real.” — Forest Leo Continue reading ‘What Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Knew About Storytelling’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

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‘How To Write A Short Story In 3 Simple Steps’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

‘How To Write A Short Story In 3 Simple Steps’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing

“Next, beat yourself up a little bit. This is terrible. You are terrible. Come up with between three and 500 more ideas. You know what to do with them. Throw them out. All of them. Return to that first idea. Now it’s good. Magic! Or is it? If you are still thinking about it, it might be.” — Charles Yu Continue reading ‘How To Write A Short Story In 3 Simple Steps’ & Other Words | Signature’s Compact Guide to Short Story Writing