This week I’ve got a new book I’m writing for this blog.
I’ve been working on putting together an overshort, which is a term for a longer novel that takes up more than one book. It means that you keep on reading even though it seems you should stop reading.
I think overshort would be about the right length for a novel that has a series of related stories. The way I like it is that the story becomes bigger the further you get from the first story. For example, a book where the first chapter is a diary entry and the last chapter is a diary entry.
You can think of a series of related stories as the “story” in a novel. In that case, I think a book like A Good Man is a good example.
Overshort is a series of related stories that are set in the same setting, but each story has its own tone. The first one is set in a small town where everyone knows everyone else, so the first story is a diary entry. The second one is set in an old folks’ home, so the first story is a diary entry. And the third one is set in a small town where every single person lives alone and knows everyone else, so the first story is a diary entry.
The first two are very different, but both are examples of a style of writing that’s easy to read and easy to remember. The third story, on the other hand, is very hard to read and hard to remember. I think it’s because it’s a diary entry.
And I think the reason it’s hard to read is because it’s short.
You want a piece of paper? Okay, here’s a piece of paper.
So there’s a lot of little details there, like the way the names are spelled, the way the different colors of the paper come together in different places. Its also a bit hard to hold in your hand because it’s so short. One last thing to point out, I’m not sure its intentional, but the ending of the second story is very similar to the beginning of the first. The third is an example of how hard it is to write like this.
The reason I hate reading so much is that I think it takes too much effort to read. And I think when you read, it becomes a habit. I don’t have a problem with short attention spans, but because I have to force myself to finish things, I find it really easy to do so.