Ah, book endings. Every story needs to have one, but not every story pulls it off.
If you’ve ever read a book to the last page and been bitterly disappointed by the ending, you’ll know what I mean.
It’s frustrating as a reader to be enjoying a book and then have the story fall apart in the final few chapters. This isn’t so much about disagreeing with the author’s creative choices, but more about whether the end of the book lived up to all the promises it made.
Yep, there are certain promises set out in stories, and to give your readers the ending they deserve, your book should try to fulfill them.
If you want to know if you’ve done that, check your MS for the following…
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