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It’s inevitable sometimes. No, not a reboot. I’m not talking about a remake either. This is about the good old sequel. A story that doesn’t completely finish in one shot needs closure or maybe people are still clamoring for more, which means you can do a second tale with the same characters. So, what are some things to keep in mind?
- For the love of every punctuation mark, keep continuity in mind. A sequel can allow you to change a few things, but if you rewrite everything that came before it then it can weaken the whole thing. After all, people will read a sequel to see the continuation of the story instead of an overhaul that makes it something else. That’s what reboots and remakes are for . . . Well, that and cash grabs.
- Never be afraid to doubt yourself when writing the sequel. You…
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