What is a good font size for writing a story?
I find that the little used font size 13 is really good. Big enough to read clearly if your font isn't too frou frou but small enough to show you're serious.
Well, the first question you'd want to ask yourself is what aspect of Merlin are you wanting to write about? Do you want to write something that talks about his time as a chil…d, or do you want to focusing on his relationship with Uther Pendragon? You could also do a story about his relationship with Arthur, or else one where he's come to our time for some reason.. The next thing you'll need to figure out is what type of Merlin do you want? I've seen him be portrayed as everything from the grand almost-all powerful wizard down to a simple advisers who was just really wise and didn't really have anything mystical about him.. Something that may influence the answer to that last question is whether you're wanting to go for a historical fiction feel, or a fantasy feel. If you are writing a historical fiction, but still want a bit of mystasisum, you can have him be an alchemist. If you want a fantasy, you can go all out.. Those are the main things you might want to figure out before you even get started on a plot. Then from there you can decide if you want to give him a romantic intrest (most potrayals have that be the lady of the lake, and you can take your pick of names for her), or if you want to focus more on something else. Really, I think everything would stem from the way you answered those questions.
Any size you want, so long as you can read it. If you're writing a screenplay you need to be careful because each page in the script equals one minute of screen time, but fo…r a stage play you could use any readable size you wanted.
I'd probably use size 12 font.
Usually, the size used in MLA format is Times New Roman size 12.
When writing your stories or books, you want to end the writing just after the action is over. Once everything exciting has happened, take a few sentences (or a chapter if it'…s a book) to "get everyone offstage." Here are things to think about: . Make sure that the action is over, and that the reader knows it's over . Make sure the reader knows what the characters are going to do once the story ends . Make sure that any subject you brought up in your story is either answered, discussed, or very obviously left open for the next story -- most authors keep a list of these "sub-plots" to be sure they don't forget anything at the end . Make the ending satisfying! Don't write "and then they woke up," or "and then they rode into the sunset," because those are cliches and boring. Ditto for the old fairy tale "And they lived happily ever after" --- unless you are writing a fairy tale! . Make the ending logical. If your characters have been brave and good all through the story, don't make them suddenly shoot the villain in the back to end the story! However you choose to end your story, it's your story. Write what you want to write!
First, you research dolphins until you really understand them. How do they look, act, and sound -- how do they communicate -- how do they get along with humans? Next, write a… good story -- it doesn't matter what subject you write about -- a good story is a good story. Click the link below!
Write about anything that is interesting to you. If you write about what some anonymous person on the internet thinks is interesting, you'll be bored and your story will be aw…ful.
Probably 12-14, but most likely 12. It's the most common font size. :)
You can ! The difference between a writer and a good writer is ... practice! Just keep writing, and you'll get better and better. You can alsoread the works of successful au…thors and analyze how they do it.Click on the links for even more tips.
You need to know some nitty-gritty things first: . how criminals act and think . how police solve crimes - and get specific because readers will know! . what sorts of evi…dence would help solve the crime . how is the criminal going to try to get away with it
The key to a good science story is facts. Do your research andinclude lots of them as supporting evidence for your hypothesis ortopic.
Why not try writing your own story? You might surprise yourself with how good it is. Think about it.
In APA Format
The title page is the first page of the APA format paper. In APA style the title page is compulsory. However, ideal word count for title page is 10-12 words.
In MLA formating style there is a certain rule for the font size of academic writing. The font size must be within 10- 12. Several people do not pay attention to follow this b…ut it is really inportant to abide by these rules.