Things to Keep in Mind When Ending Your Chapters.Posted In CategoryIntroductions
Audrin Hazel 1 week ago
When a reader completes a chapter, they have the option to put your book down.
Don't allow them to get away with it.
You want them to stay up until 3 a.m. even if they have work the next day because that's the kind of reading experience they'll brag about to their friends. This is a book that you must read.
So, how do the finest authors pull it off? Take a peek around. The book advertisement experts have come up with a list of 12 methods to discourage readers from grabbing a bookmark and shutting out the light.
Finally, if you're searching for a general method to conclude a book or tale, check out my piece on how to write the ideal conclusion. Today, though, we'll only look at how to conclude a chapter.
· It's a Beautiful Cliffhanger.
· Pose a query.
· Make an entrance.
· Make a description of your work.
· Make a mystery out of it.
· Use the words "surprise" and "revelation."
· Make a joke.
· Contribute to the theme.
· Make a wise suggestion.
· Provide for the growth of characters.
· The subtext is a fun game to play.