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I don't get it. It seems like whenever an author or authoress writes a series by the end of the series most of the characters, especially the super cool ones who are wise, and powerful get killed off. Why is that?

I cannot answer that. I am not the author that wrote the plots.

Maybe because the author wants the twist of not all ends well-- that good guy die too. I don't know. How could I-- I am not the author of those.

And, BTW, there is no such thing as an "authoress" all published writers are authors.  

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Jannie Balliett


I am a published writer, Chief Editor and own A1 Editorial Service. I teach writing, specializing in novel writing, and creative writing. I can answer most any question concerning writing a book, plot and characterization, tighten the prose, and the editing process, and help advise with publishing and the requirements of obtaining a literary agent.


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Sisters In Crime Internet Chapter, The Short Mystery Fiction Society, and Brazos Writers Group.

Writers Post Journal magazine, May 2006 issue, Augusr 2006 issue, Nov/December 2006 issue and soon in 2008, On A Whim, flash fiction anthology, offered in Barnes & Nobles and Amazon.

Some college, creative writing, fiction writing

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