A narrative essay is often considered to be a story you tell, an experience you share with the reader so that he can learn something from it. Sounds clear and not too complicated, right? Perhaps this is why teachers get essays that simply tell what happened, while the reader can probably only guess what can be learned from it.
Although the story is essential to a narrative, keep it in mind that details are very important – it is not what you say, it is how you say it that makes your essay convincing, captivating, impressing, or plain and boring. The experience, the situation or a certain setting has to be recreated with precise, strong, carefully selected details, making the readers visualize it and get a feeling of presence, of being a part of your story. Last but not least, you need to logically present and organize the information while keeping it interesting; with a certain point or conclusion in mind that everything you write should lead or relate to. All the mentioned above don’t sound too easy, perhaps? Well, it doesn’t mean you can’t do it, either. You just need some help, such as using online editing or proofreading services. We can also help you to organize your ideas or suggest ideas and topics if you don’t know what you wish to write about.