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Old 11-14-2009, 01:10 PM   #3
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Endings are the downfall of many a great writer (not to mention the not-so-great). There's an art to achieving a balance between novelty and satisfaction that few master.

Personally, I like endings that get readers thinking and let them fill in some blanks with their own imagination. That's what I tried in my latest book, with questionable success.

(Love your sig Moejoe. Don Van Vliet's my favorite poet!)
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