How To Write Better Stories: Loose Ends


Dan Alatorre

head shot your humble host Using Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets as a guide, we learn secrets of surprisingly great writing.

Loose Ends (Chapters 14, 15, & 16)

The start of chapter 14 looks like it’s going to be another Quidditch match but another attack has occurred.

And since Hermione departed from the boys to go to the library, we are not surprised that she is one now of the victims.

They keep talking about the monster, but I think it’s a spider. And Ron has already earlier in this book talked about his great fear of spiders. But when they described it, they described as a low slung hairy and with lots of entertained when legs or something like that. That’s about how I would describe a spider.

And again Harry decides to break school rules because he has a greater calling. This cause will typically not work out…

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