Karen and I were about fourteen here (1962). She is the Billie of HOME INVASION.
I have been dabbling with fantasy for the last year or two but I notice one real problem. Although I am able to come up with a decent concept, a satisfactory conclusion often eludes me. It is harder to end a fantasy story than a crime story, that's for sure.
What fantasy stories have great endings? Are you often disappointed or do most fantacists write pretty good endings?
Polis Books, 2015-nominated for the Anthony and Macavity Awards
“It is a good rule after reading a new book, never to allow yourself another new one till you have read an old one in between.” ― C.S. Lewis
Patricia (Patti) Abbott
Patricia Abbott is the author of more than 125 stories that have appeared online, in print journals and in various anthologies. She is the author of two print novels CONCRETE ANGEL (2015) and SHOT IN DETROIT (2016)(Polis Books). CONCRETE ANGEL was nominated for an Anthony and Macavity Award in 2016. SHOT IN DETROIT was nominated for an Edgar Award and an Anthony Award in 2017.