I've discovered I am pretty good with writing cliffhangers.
A cliffhanger is:
"A cliffhanger or cliffhanger ending is a plot device in fiction which features a main character in a precarious or difficult dilemma, or confronted with a shocking revelation at the end of an episode of serialized fiction. A cliffhanger is hoped to ensure the audience will return to see how the characters resolve the dilemma." (Taken from Wikipedia)
I figured I should define it so we are all on the same page.
I was sitting here, working on the first round of edits for the last chapter of Bella Vita (Book 2 for those of you that don't already know), and there I am, happily reading away, really into the story (Yes, I was still looking for errors), when BAM! It ends on a cliffhanger! "Oh, come on!" I'm thinking as I finish the last line... and then it hits me, dude, I know what happens next... sigh... D'oh. But I still wanna be able to pick up the next one and read it too! Only problem is that I only have the first two chapters written of it! Sigh, again.
Yes, I am a master of the cliffhanger, but I am also a victim of it! I feel for my reade