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An article about writing short stories for competitions, including information on how to set about writing short fiction and what a judge will be looking for.

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nless the appearance of one is to be part of some twist or revelation) and establish what the conflict between them is. From there you can build towards the outcome of this conflict and deliver your ending. If all this sounds like writing to a formula and not creative enough, remember, the reader of your story should be hooked and held by whatever your story is. They should be desperate to know what the outcome of this tale will be. If the reader is bored within the first paragraph they probably wonít bother reading on, and if the person reading your story is the judge of a competition with

Written by: sampriestley Uploaded Date: 9th Feb 2009 Words: 518
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