Tourth faces his past while seeking his future and Wren leaves him to go off on her own. The tension is building toward the climax. Hopefully I can pull it off.
I always get nervous about this part of writing. Questions crowd in and make me doubt. "Can I really bring this to a fulfilling climax? Will the resolution be satisfying or just contrived? Have I woven in all the loose threads? Did I forget something vital? Could it be better?"
The answer to that last one is always yes, but I will address it in the next draft. That is what first drafts are for, getting the story down. There will plenty of time for revision later. :)
So, please stop by and read the latest chapter. For the first time, I ask a question at the end. I would love to hear your response.
- Rachel Rossano
If you are a writer: Do climaxes intimidate you too? If so, what aspects?
For non-writers: What kind of ending do you prefer, happy ever after, happy for now, unresolved, or something else?
I would love to hear what you think. :)