Whether you are a professional writer or are just starting out, concluding an interesting story can be tough – you need to consider the expectations of your audience, while ensuring you do your writing justice.
There are some simple techniques to bear in mind when it comes to the closure of an article, as listed in this piece by Vicki Krueger on Poynter.
She explains the 'hard and fast rules' for this, ranging from solving the problems in the story, to ensuring you look to the future and consider what may happen next.
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