by Chris Mills 3 years ago
Beginning today, I am taking a 26,000 word story I wrote nearly a year ago and expanding it to novel length, whatever that may be. I've tried to let this story go, but it keeps coming back, asking to be rewritten and expanded. I truly love the story. I know, I wrote it, so of...
by Karen 6 years ago
I just read an article on the Mythic Scribes forum that was complaining how many new writers want to jump right in and write an epic novel (this IS a sci-fi/fantasy writer's forum) with no experience... suggesting maybe newbies would be better off sticking to the short story for a few years before...
by MOlmstead 7 years ago
I find that while attempting to start a novel I was getting stuck. The result was a computer folder full of short stories about a young con man named Tyler, a slacker whose biggest flaw is that he's a pathological liar. Does anyone find that short stories and failed attempts to put a novel together...
by Sajib 7 years ago
I do like to read short story than a novel. But if I got a good novel or a novel of a famous writer then I read that. What you prefer among them.
by g7nanda 2 years ago
is there a short story which has a dog ,a hunter and a deer
by BaliMermaid 5 years ago
The first part of this challenge would take place within the forum. Hubbers can vote on which entry is the best with the normal vote up, vote down system in place.Once a winner, or perhaps winners are chosen the challenge changes and becomes a contest / challenge to write the best explanation to...
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