Structurally we need to make sure that all the threads of our story weave have been tied up. Anything that we've set up in the story has to be paid off. Preferably we need to this as quickly as possible. We don't want the multiple ending story.
We've given our audience an emotionally satisfying experience. We've done this by providing closure to all of the loose ends and narrative questions that have raised tension during the course of the story.
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Don't forget, you can also really all about this in my introductory book on the subject, Iggy's Incredibly Easy Way to Write a Story: The visual way to see your story structure. It covers the overall structure and includes a short story about Iggy and Scared Bunny that was actually written using the theory. An it was incredibly easy. It's available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle.
And stay tuned there's lots more surprises and insights to come. In the next blog post we'll look at the structure from an even wider vantage point that simplifies it further. Till then, happy storytelling.