How to Write a Twist Ending

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As if writing a compelling narrative wasn’t difficult enough, the idea of ending it in a way that completely knocks the reader’s socks off can be daunting. Not only must you adhere to all the principles of good storytelling (conflict resolution, emotive characters, no plot holes, evocative language, good grammar) you also need to plan … Continue reading How to Write a Twist Ending


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There's a bunch of heads on a shelf, waiting to be purchased by the first sick monster that feels like they want a head. Or if you look to the adjacent shelf you can just buy an ear. Or maybe a whole bunch of ears. Head deeper into the store for fingers, hearts, kidneys and … Continue reading Shop of Horrors