MG Writer’s Toolkit: The Last Fifty Pages: The Art and Craft of Unforgettable Endings by James Scott Bell

Make your writing the best it can be by working backwards!

Forget first lines and elevator pitches. Do you have an ending that works? Does it mirror your beginning? Can you trace your plot backwards? Does your main character undergo a transformation? Remember plot is the series of events a character is involved in or impacted by. Story is the transformation of the main character. The best endings tie plot and story together in a way that satisfies and make readers want to read more of your writing.

With simple and easy to follow instruction, The Last Fifty Pages: The Art and Craft of Unforgettable Endings will show you how to avoid common mistakes and craft the best possible ending for your work. It is a helpful resource for both beginning and experienced writers.

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