In learning how to end your novel with a punch, it's important to know what you can and can't do to write success novel endings that attract agents, publishers and, most important, readers. Here are the dos and don'ts of writing a strong closer.
Your closer is the most important incident in the novel, which is why you must know it inside and out so you know how to end a novel that agents want to rep.
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Get your novel from idea to bookstore with James V. Smith, Jr. in You Can Write a Novel, 2nd Edition.
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There are several different points of view available to you when writing your novel (first person, second person, third person). Here are the advantages and disadvantages to each.
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Everything You Need to Know to Write Better and Get Published