Does that have something to do with Not So Different
Unless the last word happens to describe an important element in the story, like JKR's plan to end Harry Potter with "scar", I really don't think the last word is that significant.
Her plan to end with "scar", by the way, ultimately fell out. It was still part of the last sentence, I believe, but by the final edit the sentence had to change.
Yeah, I know that, too. I guess she had some influence in this aspect of my writing.
I know it's probably going to change, it's just something I like to think about. I find it strange that editors would try to change the last sentence I'm planning, considering I don't find anything wrong with it.
Edit: By the way, the very last words of my first and second books (it's a trilogy), respectively, are "definitely" and "effort".
edited 30th Sep '11 6:56:53 AM by Teraus