How to Avoid Weak Endings, Writing Your Novel, Plot Threads, Endings, Revisions and Editing, Revision, Renea Guenther
Endings, Plot Threads, Revision, Revisions and Editing, Writing Your Novel

How to Avoid Weak Endings

by Renea Guenther @ReneaGuenther Your story’s ending is the final determination of whether the reader will go on to read more of your books or move on to another writer. It’s the point the readers have all been waiting for, where the core conflict ends in a final showdown between the hero and villain. It… Continue reading How to Avoid Weak Endings

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How to Write Toward a Climactic Ending, Climax, Endings, Plot Threads, Subplots, Writing Your Novel, Renea Guenther
Climax, Endings, Plot Threads, Subplots, Writing Your Novel

How to Write Toward a Climactic Ending

by Renea Guenther @ReneaGuenther It can be difficult to tie up all your loose threads if you can’t remember them. One way to keep these under control is to make lists to remind yourself of what’s left to do. Another is to write your ending first, then work in your threads wherever they work best.… Continue reading How to Write Toward a Climactic Ending