The end is what your readers will take with them from your book. It’s your closing argument and the last thing they read. It’s what they will remember when they think back to your story in a couple of years, if they remember anything at all.
Tag: how to write fiction
Nov 04 2016
How to Write Endings that "Wow!"
Aug 31 2016
Mastering Conflict—Hook Readers & Never Let Them Go
Jul 29 2016
4 Powerful Ways to Improve Your Writing
Jul 18 2016
It Ain’t Just Talk: 3 Crucial Elements of Great Dialog
She’s baaaaack. Well, sort of. Today I have an extra special treat. This is going to sound super conceited but whatever, it is MY blog 😛 . But first lemme caveat with this. I feel I DO have a knack for predicting the next big thing. Case in point, in 1993 I was at an …
May 31 2016
Botched Beginnings—Common First-Page Killers
We can Twitter ’til we flitter and Facebook ’til we face plant and that won’t matter much in the greater scheme of things if we fail at our single most important job—writing a great book. Our single greatest challenge is to hook the reader hard enough to buy (and then read) our novel. Sales ultimately …