How to write a story that’s true, but doesn’t suck

Posted by Michael in Vice Magazine on March 19, 2018 08:01:38 The term “suck” is an insult.

There are so many things you can write that are not sucky, you’ll likely just want to avoid it.

Here are five examples that are a little more specific: 1.

No one’s going to get hurt.

No, not really.

In fact, it may help to have a friend who’s not in the business.

You can write the article so that no one will get hurt by it. 2.

It’s not just about your article.

If you are a freelancer, you don’t have to write about yourself.

Instead, write about the opportunities and challenges that your clients or other professionals face.


It is your story.

If it’s not true, it doesn’t matter how much time you put into it.

You could have done it differently.


It will get you noticed.

You have a story to tell.

If your article isn’t getting you noticed, you might as well write about something else.


It won’t hurt you if you’re not in business.

There’s nothing wrong with your idea, just be sure that the person who reads it will want to hire you.

Read more about writing a good story.

You may be surprised at the number of articles that make the list, but these tips are definitely worth considering.


Use common sense.

In most cases, a story will not hurt you unless it’s untrue or if the person you’re writing about has a negative reputation.

2/ 3.

Avoid repetition.

If someone says that a story is a must-read, ask them to read it and tell you what they think.

You don’t want to repeat the same words or phrases in your article every time.

4/ 5.

Write a story you know how to tell and you’ll probably find that you have a great story to write.

If so, you can make it a real challenge for your reader to understand.

If not, there are plenty of stories out there that have no problem getting a laugh, a few people have actually gotten jobs writing them, and even one of our readers got hired to write one of these articles.

If the article isn’t getting you many views, don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time to make it great and to make your readers laugh too.

1/ 30,000 words is more than enough time to tell the story.

Don’t worry about how long it takes to write your story and just concentrate on getting the word out.

If nothing else, you may find yourself thinking, “I’ll be a writer for a few more years.

Maybe I can find a way to sell some of my ideas.”

In the end, you have your own story and you will probably have more success if you have the guts to tell it.

If I had to choose, I’d say this: If you have some time, write the first thing that comes to mind.