So you are allowed a modicum of leeway in your writing style to be as innovative and original in your writing style as possible.
Essential features of this type of short essay are:
* The story will have an interesting introduction to start the narrative as an occasion or frequent action, an individual incident, or a study with a sufficient conclusion to interest the reader.
* It should include personal anecdotes and be as interesting as possible to the reader.
* You can start to write essay with directly explaining the incident and its consequences and then explaining in the conclusion what were you personal thoughts while you were going through the experience. This can make the experience very interesting.
* A few interesting topics for writing about can be childhood experiences like achieving important goals, a scary experience, accidents, a good or bad deed, life changing experiences, as well as sudden incidents.
* You can try using interpolated tales where you have to narrate a story with a storyline in OLIVER TWIST. It is slightly difficult but very very interesting to do.
* Although most first time writers of narratives prefer to stick to a single timeline an interesting twist is to change the sequence and put in flashbacks to tighten the narrative.
In general, narrative writing seems very easy to compose as you are not restricted with your topic, but this freedom requires such skills as creativity and understanding of the reader's nature. Most narrative essays do not require definite composition and structure rules, except narrative style and interest to their readers.
Source by Sarah Brodie