|by Seemann at MorgueFiles|
One of the big differences between mediocre work and excellent work is attention to details. When applied to writing, this difference includes the cause-effect-loose ends-resolution scenario. While there may be times when resolution isn’t appropriate (as in real life, it isn’t always attained), the reader may want that spelled out in some way so that it’s obvious realism rather than omission by a forgetful author.
|by pippalou at MorgueFiles|
How do you make sure you tie up the loose ends in your stories? Please share any innovative ideas you have for avoiding this error in writing.
Now about those showers and flowers here in Colorado. Trees are sprouting baby leaves, and we’re hoping for the showers that bring those beautiful May flowers. (Otherwise, we go to Plan B—get out the hose and help things along.)
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