Yeah, but I actually meant it in another way. In the way that a person tries to do many different styles at the same time because he/she believes that doing so will make everyone like it: because he did the styles they liked. But in the end, it usually ends up in a major mess, when that's done.
Lol, the 1st and 3rd ones are usually the easiest. I myself have somewhat mastered all four of them, but it's only once in a while that the plotline is really good. That's the hardest of all, I think, because it'l like the lynchpin of the entire story. If the plotline isn't up to scratch, the entire story comes crashing down/
Yeah. Those standards are usually what people have to be careful about. The first and third don't really bother me, but the second and the last - particularly this one - is what I'm always afraid that won't work. :p
1. It has to be different/unique
2. It must meet/ and surpass all the structural and grammatical expectancies showcased in the rules
3. It must have the four most important things:
- (decent)Plot Line
Eheh, thanks, I'll keep that in mind. My main problem is that I've got a really low confidence on whether its going to work or not, so I just keep writing until, I dunno, someone finds it interesting. <.<
I know, it's something I used to do, until a friend (A.K.A. '.Ozymandias') showed me how to do it. I used to be crap at writing, but with help from her and others, I've become quite good. Ask me if you need any help with anything.