Can anyone help?

I've come across a problem...

I love writing, I really love it and I have loads of ideas. I was writing a kinda short book. So when I was writing it just all came out. It's all mashed up in my laptop and I can't come up with a suitable ending..

WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Should I just scrap it? And start again?


Ugggggh running short of ideas so close to the finish it's annoying!!



It's about a werewolf clan who get a disease and run rabid killing most people... Then something durastic happens vampires are called in. Then an all out vampiric werewolf war breaks out..

8 comments:

  1. What is the story about?? That way we can think of a suitable ending

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  2. I don't think you should scrap it. Just save it and start a completely different project. It could be a short story, a poem or writing a song. Just something to get you back into writing. Then go back and see if anything comes. I hope this helps.

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  3. What if you have, like, a LOT of them die but maybe 1 of each survives or something?? I dunno, just a thought

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  4. Uummm curious *hugs darkane and nj thanks*

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  5. Don't scrap it anyway! I think u should do what Darkane said.

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  6. You should take a breather from trying to mash everything together! For example, bring a journal with you wherever you go, and jot down any ideas that spring in your mind. By the end of the week, you'll have so many details that writing a book will be EASY.

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  7. Okay, maybe the werewolves kill a load of people, and the vampires attack them for taking the people's blood. One of the vampires bite a werewolf and get infected with the disease, then they bite a human and it passes onto them. That's all I have for now..

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  8. My suggestion, take a break and don't even think about it for a day or two. Then start at the beginning, read everything, see if you can/want to add or edit something, than see if you have an idea for the ending. I bet you will. :D

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