Directions: Write a scary story (between 1,000-2,000 words) that uses elements of absence(the unknown, the unconscious, the unseen, paranormal, unexplained occurrences, and theunexpected) and elements of presence (helplessness, urgency, suspense, tension, intensity)as you tell a tale of fear, a malevolent force, or a supernatural being.Order of ideas: Your story should flow in a way that makes sense. It will most likely bechronological or reverse-chronological, but you can incorporate flashbacks or repeat eventsfrom different points of view to mix things up.Story: Your story should include a beginning, rising action, a distinct climax, falling action andresolution (ending.) There should be a mix of descriptive narration and dialogue. There shouldbe a buildup of suspense and intensity to suit the genre.Some Suggestions to Consider:*Internal Conflict: Your character may become their own worst enemy! The villain might lie within the character’sheart, soul, or mind! (Psychological fear is real in a scary story. Your villain might be a figment of the character’s over-active mind or fears)*Surprise Twists: Try to make the story unpredictable by adding elements of surprise. Leave the reader in suspensebefore showing the actual conflict, villain, or scary moment.*Details: Use the powers of description and imagery (sensory details) to enhance the creepy/uncomfortable mood.Don’t hold back! Let the reader experience the physical sensations that accompany the character’s fear along withthe vivid awareness of the senses.*Techniques: Vary your writing style: Use action, conflict, internal dialogue, conversational dialogue, flashback,foreshadowing, back story…
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