Happy Monday, everyone!
I will keep it short today. I've been fussing with my WIP, Cyberlama, and I realize that in the beginning I had several open story questions having to do with love, religion, scientific ethics, and environmental conservation.
Now, as I'm in the final scenes of the book, I find that I've answered most of these questions, leaving only the "love thread" left undone. As I'm wrapping that up, I guess I'm wondering if I've somehow reduced the entire book into a love story--which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but not was I was intending to do.
Do the last scenes of a book end up defining the "main" thread of the story? Does it somehow reduce the book to only have one thread left hanging in the end?