I've seen lots of fellow writers lately showing off the words "The End," indicating that they have at last finished a piece of writing.
I've never written "The End" after finishing a manuscript. Never.
Always seemed an unnecessary couple of words.
Yet, I've never had a piece of writing, when I looked back over it after any prolonged absence, that I did not want to have another go at editing.
Maybe that's one of my problems: that every work I've ever written is still a work in progress--that they all remain unended.
I'm approaching the finish on a work.
I wonder if writing "The End" at the end will help make it seem more like the end of the end.