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Keeping Things Short: Difficult But Required Sometimes by Beth Daniels, aka Beth Henderson, J.B. Dane, Nied Darnell

I don’t know about you, but my writing career began with writing stories that were 75,000 to over 100,000 words. That allows for vivid descriptions, too much (so editors tell me) character introspection, secondary plot lines and…well, lots of fun things. When I was in college and professors didn’t want to see anything longer than …
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Add to Your Publishing Catalogue and Increase Your Visibility—Write Short by Katriena Knights

If there is any one constant in the world of publishing, it’s that the world of publishing is constantly changing. This has been especially true over the last decade or so, as e-books rise and fall and rise again (and fall again? Where are we with that right now? Could the prognosticators make up their …