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A simple cure to my writing

I’ve realized a simple trick that has made my writing much better. I’m such a natural post-modernist that my style is to end nearly every one of my chapters with an anticlimactic twist. It’s practically my signature. By ending my chapters just a paragraph sooner and pushing my silly paragraph to the next chapter, I both end my chapters on an actual climax, which, rather than spoiling the tension compelling the reader to say, “Why, again, am I reading this?” compels the reader to start the next chapter, as well as starting a fun attention grabber for the next chapter.

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