Sometimes a great piece is lacking of details for the writer forgets to elaborate on something that really would have made the book or film great.
But, sometimes elaboration is just what a story needs to be able to piece it together.
That’s all a reader wants to do piece the pieces of the story together for they want to guess that this is the way it will end.
They usually don’t see what is coming because they are so involved with the details and facts they don’t have to be thinking about why the writer did that or didn’t do that.
So elaborating on a story is the right way to go because I want to be involved and grabbing on to every detail so that in the end I will be sad the story ended but satisfied with the way the author ended it.
Written By: Deirdre Stokes