What. if anything, do you like about surprise endings in a story?
Writing is a subjective kind of art. Different people like different things when it comes to the written word. However, there are certain techniques that you can use to improve the quality of a story. While I'm not a published writer, I am fairly... read more
You know, it's odd because I don't actually like surprises in real life. But in a book or story, I do like it when the end is not quite what I was expecting or when the writer is so skilled that it is a complete surprise. Then you can go back and re-read the story and see what you couldn't see before. That's the thing I love most about surprise endings. They sneak up on you and let you know you only thought you had a handle on where the plot was going.
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