How Do You Write the Ending of the Story?

Writers always work hard to make the first sentence in a story pop to hook the reader. Do you put as much thought into writing the ending of your story? Afterall, the ending is a reward to the reader for finishing the book and it should tie up all the loose ends of the sub-plots and main plots in a satisfactory way. When the reader closes the book, she should be happy she spent the time in those pages with your characters and story.

Published author Marsha A. Moore posted a very informative blog about writing the ending. Please check out these important points to ponder as you begin writing the end.

One response to this post.

  1. Posted by tzopilotl on March 12, 2011 at 3:39 pm

    …write it first,
    then you can write the beginning at the end,
    unfortunately the middle, as the dieter said,
    will always be the middle.

    Reply

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