What is the value of an epilogue? How do you know whether or not you need one? Is an epilogue ever necessary? Let’s discuss…
I sprinted to the finish line yesterday with 25,173 total words in Part 4. Yippee! It’s an early Christmas miracle!
Let’s put all the questions surrounding “chapters” to rest here on my blog, shall we?
The point of this post is to explain why I have written prologues in the past, and why Gray Haze will not have one. I will also offer tips on how to write them so readers won’t be tempted to skip them.
Some people struggle with creativity. Some people already have plenty of ideas, but have no idea how to expand upon them. Let’s dive into some of the best ways to foster creativity even in the least creative among us!
We’ve covered the Beginning and Middle of your novel, but how do you write a great ending?