When you write, give your readers something to talk about. That goes for books, posts, poems, stories, songs, and anything you can dig up from your creative innards.
Heck, it even goes for painting and sculptures.
The person enjoying your piece, whatever it may be, needs something to talk about.
For instance, Star Wars is nothing -- NOTHING -- without Light Sabers and Jedi. It is otherwise a cut-n-paste cowboy-space saga. It's all right, don't get me wrong, and it's a fun movie and a great story, but the things we talk about are Jedi and Light Sabers, yes?
The things that make it Star Wars are the things we talk about.
Same for any book you read or movie you see.
We repeat great quotes from As Good as it Gets and Caddyshack.
We discuss what Heinlein and Salinger meant with their rebellious books Stranger in a Strange Land and Catcher in the Rye.
We discuss spooky King, JK Rawlings's Quidditch.
We talk about that Korn song that moved us, the one called Yall Want a Single.
We ~talk~ about the good stories, the great songs, the incredible movies.
Give them something to talk about, Dear Authors.
For my part, I give you a blue-faced God, disgruntled angels without wings, and a boy in the woods with two dogs named Whiskey and Scotch. I give you androgynous test-tube warriors and drug-addict galactic leaders. I give you a chance to name anyone for death and see them die.
I want to give you things to ~talk~ about.
What do you give me to talk about? Do you write with repeatability of your story in mind?