Endings for Children’s Fiction – Happy? Sad? Optimistic?


A few words about a current project if I may. And Endings.

I have this book for children. I’ve been writing it since mid December and resolved to finish it by the end of January and I am aware that this is the week I need to wrap things up. But how?

I realise many of you plot your books carefully before you begin. You have a structure to work to. The bare bones. A skeleton. A beginning, middle and end. Amen. It sounds a fantastic way to work. I just wish I could do it.

I’m one of those people who has a few great ideas (?) to kick off the story and a half decent Act 2 in which all manner of silly things happen, but sadly Act 3 is always featureless….a barren desert of nothingness. Yes, it’s as bad as that. Does anyone else write like this?…

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