What is your story's biggest flaw?

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Writing is hard. We all get it. But identifying the biggest problem with your story is really important in your story development. Perfect for first time writers, this quiz will help with figuring out your story's biggest flaw and how to fix it. Note that if your story is a graphic novel or a fan fiction, this quiz won't work for you.

  • 1
    Which of these best describes your main character?
  • 2
    Describe the home of your characters.
  • 3
    Describe the main character's best friend.

  • 4
    Describe the parents of your main in the story
  • 5
    Describe the main character's school. (If they are a child, if not, describe their school from when they were little)
  • 6
    Describe your main character's place of work. (If they're an adult or teen, if not, just pick which one you like the sound of best for when they're an adult.)

  • 7
    Pick one character from your story at random (who has an important role.) Describe their appearance.
  • 8
    Okay, time for the main conflict.
  • 9
  • 10
    Does anyone die?

  • 11
    Almost every story has a villain. Does yours?
  • 12
    What weapon of choice does the character have?
  • 13
    Will there be a sequel?
  • 14
    Do you or any of your characters feel personally attacked by this? (I'm sorry if so.)
  • 15
    Have you made the story about you, or you living your ideal life?
  • 16
    Does your character like pink?

Comments (3)


170 days ago
some of these questions just don't have an option that fits my book at all :/
anyhoo it's about a girl in a magical world who's got magical powers that are extraordinary even for her world, and she gets caught in this magical war, what do you guys think sound good? :)
739 days ago
omg this is just what i needed to hear i need my conflict to be horribly wonderful!
1307 days ago
Your story is cliche! Like big time cliche. Some cliches work well, but your story is likely so full of them that it is annoying to the reader. Look at your character critically and think, are they realistic as a human being? Do they talk like a normal person? Do you know a single soul on Earth who acts like your character? STOP thinking "Is my character just like my favorite book character?" That's probably what you've been thinking all along, but you gotta stop. Establish your own identity as a writer. This result is common among romance writers, and fantasy writers who normally write in another genre. Good luck, and I hope to see your less cliched book soon! yes i have been told ima good story writer