If you're writing creatively, there basically is no structure at all: you can do whatever you like, as long as you get your point across. Generally, there is a structure to dramatic literature of any kind: exposition, or background information, rising action (building up the suspense), climax (the big event, sometimes a turning point), falling action (sort of wrapping up the story) and denouement (the conclusion). I don't remember what this is called, but it's drawn as a triangle. Really, if you're writing this purely for yourself, you can write it however you like. If it all makes sense, you're fine. Then again, plenty of authors don't make sense and still get plenty of readers.
I Write . A Lot I Always Try To Have A Central Idea.. A Main Idea To Base My Story On.. You Should Have An Introduction Paragraph To DiscussWhat You Are Writing About.. And A Middle To Discuss Your Idea. Then A Conclusion Or Ending Like How It Ended Up And Why
There's not something you HAVE to follow other than spelling, and staying on topic, when you free write you get to make the rules, it's your wrighting, you can make a new style of wrighting if you want as long as it's good, it's ok.
There are some methods and theories on writing in general. And writing stories is just another genre. As long as you can compose clear and beautiful sentences then you can start writing anything, including a story.
i think it depends on what kind of story. Like basic ones are beginning, middle and end, but more complex ones might have like intro description climax etc
Oh thank you so much! I didn't want to start because I had no idea if there was a structure or something. You were big help , thanks again.
You Are Welcome. I Love To Write More Than I Love To Talk.
Imagaination and Heart.