What I learned from writing a conclusion

My writing is all about telling a story.

I wrote a conclusion for my book.

When I wrote it, I didn’t know how to write a conclusion.

I just wanted to finish it.

In the final chapter of the book, I had written a chapter called “The Ending.”

It was a chapter where I told a story about my family, my father, and me.

It was about the events that took place in my life, and I wanted to show how I experienced them.

I wanted my conclusion to reflect how I felt.

After I finished the book and I finished writing it, one of the things I realized was that I didn of written a conclusion yet.

I had thought about writing a definitive conclusion but I had no idea how to say it.

I also didn’t have a sense of what I wanted it to look like.

There were times when I had a feeling that I needed to be more specific.

But that’s because I didn, at the time, have a very clear idea of what to write about.

I knew I wanted the conclusion to be definitive, and that was the first step.

After I finished with that, I knew that I had to figure out a way to tell a story that would tell a very personal story.

This was when I realized that my writing was all about what I want to tell.

I think that’s one of my biggest strengths.

How do you tell a personal story?

What do you need to know about the author?

I had never really had a clue how to do that, but I’m really glad that I finally figured it out.

When I write a personal narrative, I tend to write from a place of self-awareness and curiosity.

I have a curiosity that is fueled by the fact that I have never really given any thought to what my personal narrative would be.

I’m not really interested in how someone else would read my book or what they would think of it.

When my work is self-aware, I want people to read it from a different place.

My goal is not to sell books.

My purpose is to create something that is my own.

What do you want your work to be?

I think a lot of authors tend to go for a certain type of book.

Some books will be about one thing or another.

Sometimes, it’ll be about writing.

Sometimes it’ll even be about family.

Sometimes you’ll get a different kind of story than what you’re used to.

Some authors will want to explore a particular theme.

Sometimes they’ll want to be a social critic.

And sometimes they’ll just want to get a feel for what it’s like to be alive.

If that’s what you want, go for it.

You can be a self-absorbed, entitled, angry, and judgmental person.

I don’t care what kind of book you want to write, but it’s important that you understand your writing as a craft.

The more you know how, the better.

You should also know what kind to expect when you read your writing.

Some of your readers will think you’re doing it wrong.

They’ll judge you.

You might get angry.

Some people might think you are an idiot.

You don’t want to take it personally.

If you write for your readers, you want them to like what you’ve written.

If you write about a topic, you’ll want them interested in the topic.

You want to create a conversation.

And if you write in a genre that interests you, you should want to find a way for your reader to connect with you.

I can’t stress enough that if you want a book to be successful, it’s critical that you have the right kind of readers.

They’re your biggest market.

They want to have a good time.

They care about your book.

They enjoy reading about you.

And the best way to do it is to make your readers happy.

Do you have any advice for aspiring authors?

Don’t think of writing as writing a story for yourself.

Write for the reader.

Write about their emotions.

Write from their perspective.

The best thing you can do for your book is write it for them.

My advice for writers, as a general rule, is to write for people who have been writing for a long time.

Don’t just write about what they do, or what makes them happy.

If your reader is the type that is really drawn to a book, that’s a great story.

But if they’re not interested in what you do, that means you’re not writing for them, and they’re missing out.

But I do have some advice for those aspiring writers out there.

Do what I do, and get out there and find the readers who want to read your work.

Thanks to Lauren for sharing her thoughts.

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