Just as the beginning of your story is important, so is your ending. Perhaps more so. It's what brings your reader back for your next story. It needs to be strong, crisp, and memorable. It needs to make your reader hungry for more.
Praise for Sentient
“This is an exciting, fast read for fans of science fiction and/or military novels. I enjoyed meeting the characters as the plot unfolded. This is definitely not one of those formula stories. I hope to meet up with Cadet Pala de la Croix again soon (just not in a dark alley, because she kicks butt)!”
Praise for Insurrection
As a Sequel to "Sentient" the author once again transports us on a SCI-FI journey full of imagination, action, and thrills. This book will leave you hoping that there will be yet another sequel of Pala's adventures. – B.
Books about writing tell you you need to hook your reader by the end of the first 3 chapters. Really? Doesn't that seem a bit long to you? I mean, if the first paragraph bores you, what are the chances you'll read the second one? Or even buy the book? Every paragraph should pull the …