Magnify women and ask yourself these questions: 1.
Are they women?
Do they have enough body hair?
Do their clothes fit well?
Are their shoes or skirts nice?
Do there are other women around who are like them?
Are there any stories that I could include in the story that would make the story seem interesting?
Is there a story that I might not be able to include because it would be too personal?
Do I know what the readership is?
Is the audience a diverse group of people?
Do my story ideas need to be relatable to that audience?
Is it a subject that has been a theme of mine for years?
Is this story relevant to the current times?
Do you want to expand your readership?
Does the audience want to be reminded of this story?
Do your readers want to hear more about this story and what they can expect from it?
Are you using a story to create a social justice story?
Are your readers interested in social justice issues or the intersection of race and gender?
Is your audience interested in the intersection between race and class?
Are the people you’re writing about or the stories you’re telling relatable or even fun?
Are any of the stories that you’re creating relatable?
Does your audience care about the way your story is presented?
Are stories that have been in your field for a while relatable for the readers?
Are all of your stories about the same subject or different topics?
Are every story that is in your portfolio interesting and relevant to your audience?
Are these stories relatable, funny, or interesting to read?
Do the stories make you feel good about your craft?
Are some stories more relatable than others?
Are many of your story ideas that you are trying to tell about something interesting that you think are a little too personal or seem to be about yourself?
Is what you’re trying to write interesting and relatable and interesting?
Do some stories have a lot of characters or are they too few?
Is every character relatable in a way that you wouldn’t expect?
Is some story too simple?
Are characters just there for the story?
Are each story’s characters interesting and interesting enough to be interesting in their own right?
Do all the characters in your story need to make you laugh?
Do many of the characters need to talk to each other?
Are we interested in characters who are trying their best to do good for their community or are we interested only in good people?
Do characters in a story have any of these qualities?
Do we need to know how to write about something that is relatable when we don’t know how relatable it is?
Are people in the audience really interested in how the story is told?
Are story ideas you’re working on relatable enough to your readers?
Are plot twists and cliffhangers worth mentioning?
Do story ideas and plot twists give you a good feel for the plot?
Are readers who don’t care about gender or race or sexuality likely to like your story?
Are narrative devices used in your work that are relatable as well as interesting to your reader?
Are things that make your work relatable a great idea or are there elements of your work you should be more careful about?
Are a lot or a few of the plot twists you’re using for a story something you’ve read before?
Do plot twists or other elements of a story make it feel like a spoiler to readers?
Are most plot twists that you’ve come up with and have been using in your fiction a little bit too convenient or too convenient to be worth mentioning in a novel?
Are those plot twists good enough to give you the feeling that you need to change things in your stories to keep the readers engaged?
Are elements of the story, plot, and characters that you don’t want your readers to think are problematic a good idea?
Are anything that seems like it would make you uncomfortable or seem inappropriate a good way to start?
Are certain characters and storylines that are more about them than your readers and you don: a. have a problem with b. not want to read about?
Are women that you write about often a big deal in your storytelling?
Are men that you writing about often an issue or problem in your writing?
Are white people and/or people of color a big problem in storytelling?
Are ethnic groups and/ or ethnic minorities the biggest problem in our stories?
Are gender roles in our work a big issue?
59. Are race