Sunday, July 26, 2020

Writer's Tip

The first step to creating an outward and inner goal for your main character, and give your overall story momentum and excitement is to first understand the best two stories of your character, which gives depth to your story.

Let me get you thinking deductively with this question.

The inner story of your character: what's the personal struggle your protagonist is dealing with that can give your story depth, and explore character and theme?

What traumatic experience in the past of your protagonist caused this inner story?

For example, in The Godfather, Michael's inner story is about his transformation from a gentleman who returned from the marines after fighting in World War II as a war hero into a heartless killer. While he follows in his father's footsteps to become the Don, but he does it without any of his father's wisdom or compassion, killing family members and enemies alike.

The inner story is ultimately about relationships. . .⁣⁣

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