The End…?

After working my tail off to complete the rounding out zone, I start to focus on the last and final piece of the book writing process. This is called the snap piece. Like, when your mom snaps her fingers because she’s on the phone and you’ve been talking too loud. đŸ˜‰

So, what is the snap piece? This is where I tie in all the pieces of the book. Every plot twist, every little plot hole, everything. Leave no plot behind! You tie everything together and finish the story with a bang. This is where the characters have their happy ending…right?

Mm, not necessarily. Not every story ends happily. Especially in real life. Not every story in real life ends the way you want it to. So, what should you expect in my stories? Well, you’ll just have to read them to find out.

When teenagers read my books, they’re not going to expect plot twists like mine. That’s why I like to…mix things up, so to speak. For teen books or tween books, either teen adventure books or tween adventure books or something else, each story needs a good…

Finis.

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