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Writing 250 words is not that much, honestly. It looks like a lot when you see that number, but in fact, it’s barely enough to share a proper story. With the introduction of the main character, the setting, and all the other parts of the story barely make 50 words. With the start of the action, the different adventure, and ups-and-downs, we are quickly around 100. Writing for children will require you to chose colourful vocabulary and simple words. Once the story is started, you have to take the time to go through several moments before coming to the climax, the moment where the story will either tip towards victory or lost. Once the story reaches that important moment, you have to let it unfold towards its end and conclude it. Of course, most of the time, once the climax and the story are finished, you usually write a few words on how things are rather back to normal. As I wrote earlier, it might seem a lot, but it truly is not. By using a lot of adjectives, explaining important details, and giving a lot of qualities and flaws to your characters, action, and setting, reaching 250 words will rather be easy. As of now, you have read more than 210 words. Which means that I only have around forty to write before coming up to that seemingly huge number that represent 250. In conclusion, if you use many adjectives and make sure that things are clear and well explained, well, you’re going to end up with more that 250 words… And if I were to bring it up to 300, it wouldn’t be that hard, honestly. Just a few more details here and there, and, soon, you end up at 300 with a fine, legit text.
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List of audio files used:
- Frogs in night swamp by Bansemer from http://freesound.org +)
- crow in the fields by Denny Gulvas of Gulvas Wildlife Adventures. +)
- Ambience spring - Yorkshire by ERH from https://freesound.org/people/ERH/ +)
- Forest Night by https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjjojjUn0bk +)
- Dry Thunder3 by juskiddink from http://www.freesound.org/ +)
- Crowd Crying by Rich Zebro +)
- Field at Night by tosha73 from freesound.org +)