Hi everyone, A few days ago while cleaning my room, I came across a writing book I forgot I had bought at half-price. I took a break , and decided to flip through it. I skimmed through a few chapters about how to begin a story, outline, ect. Then I read a sentence that sort of rubbed me the wrong way. "Never begin writing a story before you know how it will end." Hmm...I'm not really sure what to think about that. Finding the way to end, comes easier to me after I write, at least know the characters, the situation. Wouldn't it be harder to come up with an end, if you don't write first? Plus, if you have an end in mind, would it more likely change by the real 'end'? I'm curious to know what your thoughts are on this...do you always have the end in mind when you begin?