Well, it's a three day weekend with tomorrowbeing Good Friday and all. Of course, I'll be out running errands all day so I can clear the weekend up for a long session of scrivening!
Speaking of weak ends, I'm trying to figure out what the best approach for closing out the first two books of my trilogy should be. On one hand, a nice point of closure would make each novella a satisfying read on it's own.. but on the other hand, a cliffhanger ending would encourage readers to grab the next book when it came out!
But what if it's not real popular and I don't move forward with the next two books? That leaves those folks that were nice enough to get the first one stuck with no resolution. That seems a little, well, uncool to me.
Surely there's a way to bring some major plot points to a conclusion while opening a new door to the next book, that is both satisfying and a cliff-hanger in one. Sounds like a challenge!
I just don't want any weak ends on anything I write - I hate when I read a story like that and I don't want to be doing it myself!