Thinking in Threes: Tips and Tricks for Writing a MG Trilogy

So you’ve decided to write a trilogy. Maybe a longer series than that. Seriously? You know that you’re on the hook for at least three books then, right? Probably years worth of your life on one story. Is that really…I mean do you honestly…? I’m sorry, but I can’t even… You know what? Fine. You’re clearly going to exhibit the exact same poor judgment as I did and maybe enjoy your vainglorious endeavor just as much as I have. Since I can’t talk you out of it, maybe I can offer some helpful (or, failing that, at least not utterly terrible) tips. As I do I’ll be using the original Star Wars trilogy and the Harry Potter series as examples, since at this point you’ve either watched and read them o

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