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Story from bullets

Instead of writing out your bullet points yourself, you can have a complete story generated from bullet points.

Bullet points are a useful tool for structuring and developing a story. They can help identify and develop the essential elements of a story. In addition, bullet points can help facilitate and improve the flow of writing. Many people think it’s difficult to write a story from bullet points. They think they have to plan everything out perfectly and know what’s going to happen next. But that’s not how writing works – at least not for most people. The best way to tell a great story is often to improvise and go with the flow.

Examples created by neuroflash

A man wakes up in a dark room. He does not know where he is or how he got here. He hears a low moan and footsteps on the floor. Someone is here in the room with him. The man tries to explore his surroundings, but it is too dark. He feels along the wall and comes across something metallic. It feels like a door handle. The man pushes it down and the door opens with a squeak. Light floods the room and the man blinks. In the middle of the room is a coffin.
When the man awoke, he was not sure where he was or how he got here. There was deep darkness and he heard a low moan and footsteps on the floor. Someone was in the room with him. To explore his surroundings, he felt his way along the wall and came across something metallic. It felt like a doorknob and when the man pushed it down, the door opened with a squeak and light flooded the room. As he adjusted his eyes to the light, he caught sight of a coffin in the middle of the room. It was then that he realized he had to find out what was going on.
A man awoke in a dark room, not knowing where he was or how he got here. He heard a low moan and footsteps on the floor, which let him know he was not alone. In an attempt to explore his surroundings, he felt along the wall and came across something metallic that felt like a doorknob. With a soft squeak, the door opened and light flooded the room. Blinking, he looked around and in the middle of the room was a coffin. From what he experienced, he felt like he was in a dream. In the room was a strange non-fiction book dedicated to the latest findings of astrology. The man was amazed by all the amazing information the book contained and he expanded his knowledge about space.

How to write a good brief to get the best AI suggestions

Your brief is extremely important so that neuroflash can write high-quality texts for you. The more precise your brief, the better the AI-written texts. Our rule of thumb is: 1-2 precise sentences or 1-3 meaningful and coherent keywords (separated by commas!). You should ask yourself the following questions for a good brief: What makes your product special? Who is it for? What is important information that should be addressed in the AI-written texts?

Keywords

Add the bullet points for your story here. If you don’t have any or only a few bullet points yet, you can use neuroflash to generate even more ideas and add to the list of bullet points,

Good Brief Example

A man wakes up in a dark room. He does not know where he is or how he got here. – He hears a low moan and footsteps on the floor. Someone is here in the room with him. – The man tries to explore his surroundings, but it is too dark. He feels along the wall and comes across something metallic. – It feels like a door handle – The man pushes it down

Bad Brief Example

Man in dark room

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