A great ending can only compliment a great beginning, and sometimes, save a book from being a catastrophe. These types of endings, however, don't really help out.
It's been a long time but I was actually in the mood for some poetry.
The second or third to last excerpt I will share from my short story, Wildflowers for Starry Eyes!
Another excerpt from my short story, Wildflowers for Starry Eyes.
An excerpt from my new short story, "Wildflowers for Starry Eyes"
I thought I might share one of my short shorts with you today! We had only ten minutes to write the short short, and we were allowed to alter the phrase, so long as we maintained the general meaning of it. This is what I came up with!
Excerpt #2 | Noah Winters hears voices and they sing. But they also tell him to do bad things. After listening to the voices one terrible night, he is sent to a correctional facility for an indefinite amount of time. While imprisoned, Noah has to find a way to appease his voices.
Excerpt #2 | Settled in the comfort of the living room is a group of seven, among them her son....
Dear boy who works at the USC Housing Office...
“Little Nastya, if you ever hear the ring of a gun, do not think. Run. Hide."