Using your notes during the brainstorming process, begin outlining as you develop the structure and elements of your story. Outlining helps organize and develop your characters and plot. As you form your outline, write down the order of events as you see them. Remember, your short narrative should be at least five pages in length and should discuss a consistent theme throughout. Writing a story is a fluid process, so you may notice that your initial plan changes periodically as you outline and draft your story.
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One way to make a story is to build your narrative from your outline. To develop your story, make a rough draft based on your brainstorming notes and outlines. Take the events noted in your outline and develop those points into fuller narrative forms. As you build each point, begin to piece each event together into a broader story.
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