Some good thoughts in here
If you’re a writer, the climax of the story is the easy part. Right?
Just add some blood and guts, raise the body count, and throw in an explosion or two.
This is all good and exciting, which a climax should be, but it’s not always right. A climax is not just the moment of high action, big bang in the story. It’s the moment when everything in your core conflict and plotline, comes together, in a dramatic way.
Take, for instance, my original manuscript. I originally wrote the climax as the moment (spoiler) where the emperor sends his army in to crush the rebellion and enslave everyone. Which was all epic and dramatic, with bombs dropped, people screaming, bodies everywhere, and all your good usual climax stuff.
But the core conflict in this story wasn’t Falcon trying to stop the emperor and save her city from doom. The core…
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