Developing a story from the beginning to the end? Think of a story, think of its end too

If you start developing a story in your mind, be sure to start developing its end too.
When you set your mind on developing the end of your story in addition to developing the main story, you will end up having a well structured story.
The end of a story is the only thing that justifies its beginning.
The end of a story describes what its beginning was like.
The end of a story sends the final message that story has.
The end of a story solidifies the theme of the story.
The end of a story gives a feedback to its beginning.
The end of a story gives a clue to the type and number of characters the story would have.
The end of a story will shape the dialogues in the story.
The end of a story determines the kind of actions in the story.
The end of a story determines the length of the story.
The end of a story determines the success of the story.

The end of a story seems to be the most critical part of story development. If you are building a story without trying to define the end, then your story may become shapelessly endless. You may miss the track of the theme.
When you define the end of your story, you would have created a work space in which you would place the body of the story. The work space is in-between the end of the story and its beginning.
As you start working in this work space, everything you do would be guided. It would be easy for you to moderate the theme of your story, the characters therein, the dialogues of the characters, the actions and the plot. Apart from all the above, your script, screenplay, book or whatever you are writing will have a definite shape.

Written by: Winny Greazy

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