[More Specific Title Than Dutch Lock Down Day X]
Introduction paragraph with a couple of sentences.
On their own lines.
Because it’s more interesting to the eye.
And more interesting overall.
But first the news:
- Good ventilation key to stopping coronavirus spread: Dutch researchers
- FINE FOR MASS DISMISSAL IN NEW CORONAVIRUS AID PACKAGE
- Gyms and saunas are allowed to open from July 1
First part of story with a cliffhanger or punch line to get you to click past the READ MORE.
And then some sentences or paragraphs or run on thing that just keeps going way past the reasonable length of attention for any person born in the age of the internet but hopefully you keep reading, but if you don’t that’s okay, too, cause who knows what is really going on in that head of yours, Leander.
And then a paragraph or series of sentences that says something profound or gets to the point or SOMETHING and here’s where we falter a bit, eh?
I don’t know how to END.
In those cookie cutter stories and papers, you say what you’re going to say, then you say it then you say what you said.
The stories that truly engage are the ones with twists and turns and surprises and emotion and LIFE.
And I’ll tell you why.
Those stories and papers and such that follow the standard beginning, middle, and end are BORING. Predictability is the death of laughter and joy and beauty. Not to say that consistency isn’t beautiful. To be clear, there’s a difference between needing consistency in your day to day routines to maintain mental resiliency and NEEDING Something New in one’s writing.
That got serious.