Why is the 'end' the hardest part of the darn book to write? I'm in the process of rewriting the last two chapters of RESPITE to A) make them BETTER (duh!), B) make the ending not basically 'fall off the end of the earth, ie, not let the reader down, and C) get a good 'ole pat on the head from my editor.
So - why is this so difficult? Don't know. But I suppose I could get the ending going in the right direction with a sex scene...yeah, that's the ticket!