For a story, you need a slightly different sort of opening than you do for an academic paper, where you introduce your topic.
In a story, you need to introduce your character and/or your situation in a catchy way, so the reader will keep on reading.
Here are some tips:
Here are some famous story openers - you can see how they catch your interest.
You must start your story however you want to. You cannot write a story that some anonymous person on the internet decides is a good story. You're the writer! Write what you are interested in, because that's the only story you're going to want to write.
Start with one climax situation and build the story from there.
The main focus of a story is what the story is about. This is from to start to the end.
You start a story using whatever words you want - you're the writer! Just pretend you're telling your friends the story and start writing.
You start any story the same way -- in the middle of the action. Click the link to read more about starting a story.
Well, first start a romantic relationship and then you've started a love story...
You start a western the same as you start any other story -- with the action! Here's a link to help you with starting stories.
You start every story the same way -- in the middle of the action. Click the link to learn more.
With a subject, or interesting story about you, to interest the reader.
You start with the lesson and write the story around it.
The old testament starts with the creation story.
Story telling pre-dates written history.
You start every story the same way -- in the middle of the action. Here is a good link to help you out.
Start by doing the research so you know all about the story. Then begin by stating what the paper is going to be about.
Click on the LINK below - it doesn't matter what sort of story you write, you can start in the same way!
The cast of Start with A Story - 2011 includes: Samantha Hite as Young Hannah
in the bathroom ( or in a bar )
it is a long story
with a musical
You start all stories in the same way -- start where the action begins! Begin your gang story with whatever main action you want the gang to have. See the related links for more information about starting a story.
As with any story-telling medium, the start of an opera begins with a solid story which contains a beginning, a middle and an end.
It depends entirely upon the story! Some authors start with plot, and others with characters. Some start off slowly and build up the tension, and some start out with a bang right in the middle of things.
The story about John Henry started around 1870.
Their story's from comp story in third grade u start getting it
I don't see why "Dear Diary" would be a bad beginning -- here's a link to show you how to start a story!