In a previous blog post, I wrote about great first lines. This time, I thought I’d write about last lines.
Mickey Spillane once said, “Your first chapter sells your book. Your last chapter sells your next book.”
Have you ever read a book that kept you hooked, but then came to an ending that was either so outlandish, or so unfulfilling, that it pretty much ruined the book for you? If you have, you know how important endings are.
Even well-known, longtime authors can anger their readers with an ending. Dana Stabenow has enraged loyal readers… Continue reading