Decide on an event or experience in your life you will be writing about. Start with the basics: who, what, when, and where.
How does your story start? Use richly descriptive language to begin sharing details. Tell your story in a way that helps your reader visualize what happened and feel connected to it.
As you continue to tell the story, stay close to the most important details. It is easy to get sidetracked and your narrative can become “rambling.” The goa
A narrative essay usually has a turning point where the most intense point (climax) of your story occurs. This is where something dramatic happens or where something profound is understood at last.
In the concluding paragraph, you will reflect on the overall lesson or impact of the experience you’ve been describing. This is where the significance of your story shines through.