This post is the forty-third in a series about writing a novel. You can check out the list of past topics at the end of this post.
Last week, I covered Front Matter (all the pages BEFORE your story) in your book. Today, I want to talk about Back Matter or all the pages AFTER your story.
If you don’t list anything after your story, you are wasting a prime opportunity to connect with the reader. They just read and loved your story. This is a prime spot to point them to your other books or even ask for a review. (Thank you for reading my book. If you enjoyed it, please take a moment to leave a review at your favorite retailer.)
Here are some things to consider including in your back matter…
About the author
This section is pretty self-explanatory. My only comment is this needs to…
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