Check out this great post from Rachel Poli’s blog on how to write a gut wrenching climax.
The climax of a novel is this big point in the story where everything either comes together in a way or comes apart. Big things happen and keep the readers wanting to read more and turning the pages.
The climax typically happens towards the end. It’s like the big finish before the grand wrap-up of the story.
Climaxes can be tricky. You want them to be exciting like fireworks to your readers. There are multiple ways to do this.
The climax can do a number of things, but here are four we’ll talk about today:
1. Showcase the internal conflict
There should always be something going on with your protagonist. Is there a reason they’re on this specific journey? What’s their motive for wanting to complete this story? What internal troubles are they having throughout the story?
During the climax is usually when the protagonist has some sort of epiphany…
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