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The End

The End

Endings. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve watched a movie or read a book  (this especially goes for books since I put a lot of energy into reading them–I’m a slow reader) and the ending is a real let-down.

I get so mad. And most of the time it doesn’t feel like it was just an ending where I’m left thinking, “Oh, I wish this would have happened instead.” No, it feels like the author or writers were like “Eh, I’m bored of this…and…The End.”

A book can be so good and then it just drops off…

disappointment

And it seems like this has been happening A LOT lately with the books I’ve been reading. Is it just bad luck? Maybe.

But they’ve taught me a lesson. I need to put a lot of effort into my endings or it will sour the entire feel of the book.

I want people to finish my book and be laughing, crying, grossed out, happy, but never let down.

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The author of middle-grade fantasy adventure books A GAME OF TRUTHS and ASTER FINLAY AND THE GREAT ELAN

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