This is the part of the process where you will reread your narrative and correct any errors in grammar or spelling.It may be helpful to have someone else read over your piece for you to provide a fresh view before the final product is delivered.
Topic examples might be ‘write about overcoming a fear’ or ‘write about rekindling a friendship.’ When choosing an experience to share, be mindful of the fact that even seemingly insignificant events have the potential to make for a superior narrative paragraph if it is meaningful to you – we speak passionately about the things that we are emotionally connected to!
Introduction: Narrative essays are fun and interesting ways to convey personal experiences, however, they are not ‘short stories’ and should not be written as such.
Narratives, while descriptive and capable of creating emotional connections, must always be truthful and relevant.
The best narratives will leave the reader with something to think about.
Creating and sticking to an outline, like the one mentioned above, will assist you in creating a polished and high-quality narrative essay.