Check out this post from The Story Empire blog on why novelists should write short fiction. I know I do.
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Ciao, SEers. I’ve written a lot of posts designed to save writers time, such as apps for social media sharing and scheduling drip campaigns. I’m going to ask you now to trust me—devoting some of your designated novel-writing time to writing short fiction will actually help you with your novel.
Before you scoff, let me tell you why.
If you’re writing a novel, you’ve got anywhere from fifty thousand to one hundred thousand words to tell your story. (Epic fantasy writers get even more.) I’m not suggesting…
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