Ending with a cliffhanger?

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Re: Ending with a cliffhanger?

Postby lesliemunnelly » Sat Jan 05, 2013 4:08 am

excellent advice, mamma.

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Re: Ending with a cliffhanger?

Postby j t hall » Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:57 pm

in the trilogy I'm writing, I end the immediate problem at he end of each book, but leave the bigger one for the end of the series. ;)
Since we're talking about cliff-hangers, how about tv series that get cancelled and leave you on a cliff-hanger? I hate it! :x
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Re: Ending with a cliffhanger?

Postby gesler0811 » Wed Jan 23, 2013 2:35 pm

j t hall wrote:in the trilogy I'm writing, I end the immediate problem at he end of each book, but leave the bigger one for the end of the series. ;)
Since we're talking about cliff-hangers, how about tv series that get cancelled and leave you on a cliff-hanger? I hate it! :x


Dark Angel comes to mind. And 24. Just to name two.
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