Five Big Questions

In our class we made our own narrative. Below are a list of questions about our narratives.

#1: What makes this story good?

My story is good because it has lots of very interesting characters. I feel my characters are interesting because they are very creative and they have a very active imagination. Henry (The main character) is very sweet and kind as Dale  (The kidnapper) Is cruel and rude.

#2: What would make my story better?

My story would be better if I had more time to work on the ending because the start is great but the ending is just good. I feel that my story’s ending is not as good as the start because you can just predict what is going to  happen next.

#3: What is the most important thing I want you to know?

The most important thing I want you to know is that you should always have hope even if it all seems lost.

#4: Why did I write this? Why did I bother to tell the story? What is it about this particular story that I thought was so important?

I wrote this story because I don’t normally write stories with this genre and I  thought it would be interesting to have a change.

#5: What dose the audience need to know to understand and enjoy this book?

The most important thing you need to know about my story is that even though you here someone breaking into your house stay in bed because if you go then you are running the risk of getting caught. Also it is not good to break in to peoples houses because it is a illegal and you could go to prison.