as the plot thickens in story telling and the emotions to go with it


I know everyone has their own style of writing, and it’s admirable, and surely the great part of being an artist/writer. I have my personal style of course, best described as one I base on the Steiner-Rand Scale{source}

3. Reverence: Deep respect for someone or something. (A good starting point to a story. A sense of peacefulness in the opening scene or chapter)

2. Gratitude: the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. (I use to detail a relationship, whether in union or in business, suspense or romance. A feeling used to best detail the unaware main character)

1. Acceptance: the action or process of being received as adequate or suitable, typically to be admitted into a group (Details written throughout the bulk of the book connecting the story from beginning to end).

0. Indifference: lack of interest, concern, or sympathy (My balancing point. A few fillers not really that important)

-1: Resignation: the acceptance of something undesirable but inevitable. (I use resignation to create a plot. A focal point, something jolting the main character in the story, shocking them)

-2: Resentment: bitter indignation at having been treated unfairly (Anger and hate is always good to have in a story. In my opinion it shows how real  the characters are)

-3: Bitterness: anger and disappointment at being treated unfairly. (This could help drive the main character to find a solution. To resolve what’s caused so much pain and suffering)


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