Finding the Structure of the Story You Want to Write

Why bother learning complicated story theory when the elements of story structure can come to you?

It's one thing to find different ways to write about your story's structure--but what about structuring what it is you want to write?

With the Narrative First Atomizer's Storytime feature, you can do that.

Start here:

What Do You Want to Write About?

What is your story about? Is it about a band of marauding dwarves or a romance between long lost lovers? What if your story is as simple as a retelling of The Ugly Duckling?

The Ugly Duckling

I didn't even get a chance to finish my thought before the Atomizer came back with a "gist" of my story's structure!

What about something completely different?

My girlfriend Summer just suggested writing a story about "a lesbian and a straight girl." Let's see what the Atomizer says.

So many different stories to tell!

Now the only decision to make is where to focus the conflict. Do I want to write about the struggle with "Chasing Girls" or the very genuine challenge of "Getting a Girlfriend"?

Or maybe I want to get right down to the heart of the matter and write about "Giving It to Someone Straight"-a very literal interpretation of something emotional and passionate.

And this is where the Atomizer flips the script from analysis to creation.

A simple notion about a complicated relationship suddenly turns into the basis for a compelling and meaningful story!

These ideas and a hundred-thousand more are waiting to help you write your story. Register now for the Narrative First Atomizer