This week: How to creatively end our Romance Story? Edited by: Samberine Everose
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| Hello everyone, I’m Samberine Everose and I'm here, one of your full time editors in the Romance/Love Topic of the WDC Newsletter, and just like I've been saying I will not be tired in expressing my thankfulness to all the beautiful people here in this wonderful community of writers for not only helping us to improve our writings but giving us also encouragement and inspiration every day. |
We can choose to write a good ending part of our fiction or non fiction romance story and enjoy it.
Here are some ways.
How to creatively end our Romance Story?
Every writer feels triumphant when they've finished a story or novel because a book was born.
It's an accomplishment!
But, for me, there is always the emotional impact that we stir because the story reaches its 'end,
The ending part sometimes creates a nostalgic effect, especially for those who have a strong aversion to parting or ending.
But we can creatively end a Romance Story and enjoy too it's ending.
Below are some simple ideas,
I bumped it from a friend on facebook some of it is intriguing and creatively ending parts of a romance novel, and I'd like to share it here,
for your choosing and thoughting.
1. The Circular Ending-
This is where a story that does a full circle and comes back to the beginning.
2. The Surprise Ending
Is where the story takes us to a place we least expected
3. The Reflection Ending
This is where the characters look at everything they have achieved, experienced, and gone through.
4. The Humor Ending
This is where it leaves the reader laughing at a line or an inside joke to the story.
5. The Image Ending
Is an ending that puts the show don't tell the rule to good use and describes a scene.
6. The Moral Ending-
Is an ending whereby you see the character's growth throughout the novel and how far they have come.
7.The Capturing Emotion Ending
Leaves the reader feeling emotional, whether that be happy or sad, for the characters and the story.
8.The Question Ending
Is an ending that leaves the reader thinking about what is going to happen next.
9. The Cliff-Hanger Ending
Is very common in a series and is an ending that leaves the reader on the edge of their seat.
10. The Dialogue Ending
Is an ending that finishes with dialogue from a character.
Reaching the ending part of everything will always create drama and gives a sad feeling.
But we can be happy still specially when we add our hope that in every ending there's a new beginning to start.
We can realize then, that it's time again to create and write a new story.
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|Our Question for this week Newsletter:|
Do you also have your own way to end your story? Which one would you most prefer from the stated above. Why?
Our Question from "Romance/Love Newsletter (May 25, 2022)"
How about you? I'm sure you also have favorites flowers that you usually spruce in your fiction love story.
You might like to share it here. ?
Not for love stories, but whenever a character in a story I write dies, I have a tendency to have them buried with daffodils, or other perennial flower bulbs, planted at the gravesite, or as part of some tribute to them, as the flowers will keep coming back for decades, to honor the dead.
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