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How do you get in the mood and write your story?

How do you get in the mood and write your story? Topic: How to write a story on your computer
May 27, 2019 / By Cammie
Question: I usually sit down, turn on some music according to the music of my story, and write on my computer. Let's say there was a fighting part, I would put up rock that had fast-beats. If it was a lovey dovey part, I'd put up romatic music in my ears. How do you get in the mood of your story?
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Amalea Amalea | 4 days ago
I just let my emotions run out. I do what you do sometimes, or I take some time reading what I wrote before to get in the mood. I almost cried when one of my MC's dies.
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Amalea Originally Answered: Help please! Its a long story, answer if you're in the mood to read?
You need to move on and forgive yourself. If you want him to do all that stuff he did, ask him why he stopped. He might start again if you bring it up and seem like you want him to. Tell him you kind of like him. That may help. And if you must, just explain that it was annoying at first and now you really feel bad and you want him to talk to you and treat you like he did before, but don't bring it up after that. You really just need to be honest with him and tell him how you feel and what you want to have happen. Because he liked you and probably thinks you don't like him. And he is trying to get over you.
Amalea Originally Answered: Help please! Its a long story, answer if you're in the mood to read?
Just be a friend to him again. Once he realizes that you really are sorry and you start rebuilding your relationship over again, then IF he liked you before, he'll surely like you again. If not, then you'll get over it because it's probably just a phase right now for you. Everyone always misses the other person when they don't pay attention to you, even if they are the most annoying person on the world (well.. not annoying enemies but annoying friends lol). It's normal. And it's not like you have anything to lose by being his friend. You'll just be gaining another great friend. (: So text him and talk to him like you usually did. Friends always go through times where one of them is annoyed or they both are with each other. But in the end they always get over it. So I'm sure it's the same for ya. Anyway Good luck!
Amalea Originally Answered: Help please! Its a long story, answer if you're in the mood to read?
Well you already rebuilt your friendship and hes opening up to you again. Often tell him how great a friend he is. That will warm him up a little more. And dont restrain your feelings for too long. If your heart tells you that you like him, then let him know, or not telling him will become another regret. Be open to him like hes open to you, thats how me and my girlfriend got so close. Good luck.

Wade Wade
thats what i do, listen to music pertaining to the action in the story i also like to do it whilst i am cold; being too warm is uncomfortable i like nature too so i open a window or go outside with my laptop
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Wade Originally Answered: Rebecca by Du Maurier, what's the mood, what elements from the text show this & how does it affect the story?
Well remember that Mrs. de Winter (er, the new wife...she never is given a name) thinks that Max is still in love with Rebecca and that he is still devastated by her death, but in reality he killed her and lives with the haunting secret. She haunts him because he know the secret is going to come out and everyone will know and his new marriage will be ruined (thus why he never really treats her like a wife...until that one scene where he kisses her with lots of passion). Rebecca is a gothic romance, Daphne du Maurier was the queen of that genre in her time. The first line is a big mood setter 'Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.' The very first page sets the mood...it gives it this dark overshadow. You know it's not one of those fuzzy romances but something dark and sinister is lurking in its pages. You read it waiting for it to get you, for it to grasp you.
Wade Originally Answered: Rebecca by Du Maurier, what's the mood, what elements from the text show this & how does it affect the story?
Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier Summary Rebecca's narrative takes the form of a flashback. The heroine, who remains nameless, lives in Europe with her husband, Maxim de Winter, traveling from hotel to hotel, harboring memories of a beautiful home called Manderley, which, we learn, has been destroyed by fire. The story begins with her memories of how she and Maxim first met, in Monte Carlo, years before. More….. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/rebecca/summary.html Study Guides: These links will give you a summary of the book, character analysis, plot and much more, so that you will be able to answer literary questions. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/rebecca/ http://litsum.com/rebecca/contents.php http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rebecca_(novel) http://www.studentsonly.nl/uittreksels/bv.asp?BvID=2552

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