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My guest post

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The guest post in Divine Magazine that I’ve been talking about, went live yesterday.  It’s called Chekhov’s gun, or tying up loose ends, and as you can tell by the name it’s about…loose ends! (Yes really! 🙂 ) In the article I discuss if it’s ever okay to leave loose ends in a story or if they all need to be neatly tied up before writing The End.  The reason I’ve been thinking about this a lot, is because of the opinions of some of the lovely people that took time to review Unconditionally and one thing in particular they commented on.

Clickety-click the link here to find out exactly what I’m talking about, and when you’re done, I would love to hear your opinion on the matter. Either comment over at Divine Magazine or here, and you would make me a very happy writer.

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I was very happy when I visited their webpage yesterday and saw my article on the first page. Yay! 

Thanks to Divine Magazine for asking me to contribute. I loved writing the article and I was honored to be asked.

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2 thoughts on “My guest post

  1. Do you suppose there might be a follow-up story is Gus and Luca’s future to address that “loose end”? As you know, I agree that was a thread that was best left untied in the short story. I’m not even sure I’d want to see it dealt with in a sequel (some things never fully resolve in RL), although I’d love to see more Gus and Luca! ♡

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