Jennifer M. Baldwin
I find endings to be the most difficult to write. Beginnings come easy. Middles can sag, but there are simple ways to beef them up (add more conflicts, introduce new characters, do something surprising, flesh out subplots). 1,038 more words
3 weeks, 3 days
GIDDY UP AMERICA
Last week it was Nucky Thompson’s grasp on Atlantic City. Next week, it’s his show.
All good (or at least occasionally good or admirable attempts at being good) things must come to an end. 1,287 more words
Nothing says a television show is coming to an end more clearer and louder than main characters getting killed off. It’s like leaves turning colors or… 1,431 more words
1 month, 1 week