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For me, it’s easier to write a novel than a short story.

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While writing is hard, writing a novel is much easier than writing short fiction.

I can write a novel with no problem. Sure, there are many rewrites, but I’ve already proved I can do it.

This short story business is a whole other ball of wax. While I have no problem writing these short forms, I can’t seem to write a thousand-word story to save my life.

How do people make it look so easy?




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