Tip 21 – Change is Good
Your character should experience or cause a change by the end of the story. If you do this well, it will resonate with your reader.
Tip 22 – Surprise and Satisfy Your Reader.
You can have twists and turns to surprise your reader, but in the very end, give them a satisfying reading experience. You should never have your reader feel disappointment when they finish your book.
Tip 23 – Build Tension and Then Release It
There are a couple of schools of thought on this. I like to have peaks and valleys throughout a book with one large tension arc that lasts through the book.I often use humor to release the tension.
Tip 24 – Use Subplots to Help Your Plot
If there’s an investigation going on, maybe there’s also a budding romance. Maybe there’s a rivalry between two characters that keeps impeding progress…
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