In The End

Every writer has been there. You've got a brilliant idea for a story. Scenes vividly play out in your mind's eye, the characters aren't so much your creation, more born straight into your consciousness, fully formed, living their parts. This is beyond make believe, it is a recounting of a story already hurtling full-throttle toward the paper, dynamic conflict to the fore, every action seamlessly leading to another, this is ready to go! There's only one problem; you've got no ending.