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#932882 added April 16, 2018 at 11:58am
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Clasic Books Never End
A Classic is book that has never finished what it has to say.

We finish reading a book and it is the end. Like our lives, our lives go on. Like "Pride and Prejudice" By Jane Austen. What about Kitty and Mary? Did they get married? We want to know. Did Lizzie and Darcy have kids? Other writers like me, have written stories about life after "Pride and Prejudice."

"Gone With The Wind." Alexandra Ripley wrote a sequel. Scarlet and Rhett were not over. What about Jacob and Renesme of "Twilight"? Did they get married. I wrote a story journal about them well as Cinderella and her life.

A book doesn't end. There are still more stories to write about the characters. I writer my own stories about how I think stories should end. We all know, our stories aren't over until we leave this end. Our life and book characters have more stories to tell. I want more. Some books become a series and we know there are more chapters for these characters. As writers, we write where their stories leave off. I know I do because we are never satisified with a story ending.

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