gingerhelper:

1. What the Story is About — This should go without saying, but occasionally writers do forget what kind of story they started out with and write an ending that belongs to a different genre. It’s an incredibly dissatisfying experience for a reader. For example, the critically…

(Source: whystorieswork.blogspot.de, via thewritershelpers)


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    This is good to remember, I’ve had a few problems similar to this in the past. :)
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