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An Alternate Ending

In June, I self-published a mystery novel.
Not gonna lie, it’s getting mixed reviews. Majority like it, and those who understood the message took a special liking to it.

The main thing most people had an issue trying to digest was the ending. It was a massive cliffhanger, setting up the second novel—but for some, it was simply a bit too much. Too many unanswered questions.

Looking back, I can understand that. Personally, I prefer a sudden, intense ending, but I can appreciate that not all share my taste.

So, after receiving the email from the literary agent requesting a full manuscript, I went back and added a chapter to the ending, hopefully softening its blow and fading its suddenness.

Thank you to everyone who’s purchased a copy, and thank you to everyone who’s left a review. And I hate to ask for more, but reviewers, if you leave a review/rating on Goodreads would you please be so kind as to leave a review on Amazon as well?

Thank you!

If you’d like to check out my book The Killed Conscience, check out the links below.

The Killed Conscience

Thanks again, everyone!
Jordan Antonacci
Twitter: @misterhushhush

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