Kyle Willey

Choosing a Subject: Resolution

The resolution of a work is critical for its success.

The theme and message of the work need to carry through to the end of a story. Even for fiction writers who focus on mere entertainment, a resolution provides satisfaction to the audience.

Without a resolution, a story feels incomplete, and that’s undesirable in all but very specific circumstances.

This is the fourth part of my series on how to narrow down subjects for writing (see the rest through this link).