Writing the climax of a book is a draining and nerve wracking experience. I am never satisfied with the first draft. I will most likely rewrite Wren's climax a few times before I am remotely content with it, but I don't have the time right now. As a result, you all get to read it that much sooner. However, that also means any feedback I get is all the more vital to the final product.
So, please stop by Wren's blog, read the penultimate chapter, and tell me what you think. There are some feedback questions at the end to get you started. Thank you so much in advance.
- Rachel Rossano
1) If you are a writer, are climaxes more difficult to write than any other part of the book?
2) If you are a reader, have you ever read a climax and then walked away irritated? Why?