Show Notes for Episode 45: How to Write Endings for Fiction
Writers want to make their endings powerful, meaningful, satisfying and yet leaving the reader wanting more and more of their works. But many times we’re at a loss, especially if something is going wrong with the words on the page.
This week Holly and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) go over what differentiates weak endings from strong ones and how you can dissect your own. We provide examples as well as discuss previous works, using these as case studies.
If you want to get the ending that doesn’t just scratch that itch but has your reader (maybe potential editors) screaming “YES!” listen in to this episode.
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