When Sarah woke up, she realized it was already dark.
And the public library was empty.
There was no taxi around so she had to walk two miles past a dangerous area to her apartment.
Clutching her bag, she began her journey.
As she got to the dangerous area, she could already smell the stench of dry marijuana and she could also hear raucous laughter.
People have told stories of how the people in this area rob those who walk past them late at night.
So Sarah braced herself for what would come next.
And as she approached the group of men, they stopped laughing.
Her heart began to pound heavily in heart chest.
And as soon as she got close to them…
You know what?
I don’t want to continue the story.
But you were hooked, right?
If you EVER want to captivate your audience and get them to listen to every word you say…
It doesn’t even have to be a true story.
Any good story you can come up with is fine.
I came up with the story above on the spot and you didn’t move until the end.
You can learn how to tell stories by reading fiction novels.
You don’t have to read huge books (God knows I can’t) but you can read a collection of short stories.
They will do the same job.
That’s it for today.
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