They often say that the third time is the charm, but in this case I don’t think it’s quite the same. Once again we are looking at Kershner chapter 13. This time around I focused on the section talking about “What is the Story”. Before you write anything you need to have at least a general idea of the point behind what you are writing. Once you have that you can focus and narrow your what it is you are saying. I’m currently having a problem with this with another one of my courses. Without a clear idea of what it is you are doing your writing will be confusing, and it’s a reporters responsibility to clear confusion of incidents not cause them.