It is better to leave a story with a cliff hanger at the end (with no intention of continuing), or to have a tradgic ending?
And if there is anyone with a short story hub with a similar description to that of the above, let me know, I would love to read it! SF
I am not sure there are many things in writing that are better then other things. If you develop your plot properly, you may upset more people with the cliff hanger then with your tragedy. Both however sell pretty well within their circles.
I have a few short stories I'm thinking of putting on my Hub Page...four to be exact...and believe it or not one is kind of a cliff hanger...and one has a tragic ending. Debate, Debate...I also have to agree with Jaggedfrost's answer to you.
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