3 Writing Lessons from the Ending of “The Great Gatsby”

I’m in the middle of writing my WIP due out in June, but I knew what the ending would be long before I began writing the first words of chapter one.  Any writer worth their salt should do just the same, as the ending is probably the most important component to any good novel.  F.Continue reading “3 Writing Lessons from the Ending of “The Great Gatsby””

Writing the Ending First

My latest offering, Come Apart, due to hit digital and print queue’s everywhere in March, was an experiment of sorts.  According to my proofer’s comments the experiement was a complete success. I wanted Come Apart to be a puzzle.  I wanted to write a novel much like Pines by Blake Crouch, which is a story that unfolds a bitContinue reading “Writing the Ending First”