The trouble with writing endings is that endings don’t actually exist. Not really. Instead there simply comes a moment when we stop telling the story. Knowing when to stop has always been hard for me. In my head, I can’t help but carry the narrative on. What happens to the hero after she defeats the […]
via The Trouble with Writing Endings — Kristen Twardowski
Published by Kester James Finley
Living in Florida, Kester Finley grew up in the backwoods of Zephyrhills. The country life, its slower pace, and its mix of colorful characters eager to share inspired him to write.
Fascinated by the supernatural, he has spent time studying the paranormal and its history while enjoying the world of superheroes and magic. He is a proud geek, a lover of comics, a horror-film junkie, and a damn good role player.
He currently resides in Spring Hill whiling away the hours writing, trying to figure out what he wants to be when he grows up, what to have for dinner, and trying to solve the mystery of life beyond the veil.
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