Proposal #5: Space - word, sentence, paragraph, chapter, novel.
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Space has often played an important part in stories. Whether the central setting, or even just the space between words and sentences and the length of those sentences and the rhythm of the tone - space continues to shape and define. Particularly within the short story space is even more important. Every word must play a duel role in developing character whilst furthering plot.
I just my proposal is to create a narrative that considers space - literally or however you choose to define it. Think about every word choice and how much every sentence adds to your story.