For daily smiles…
I’m three chapters into a novel. Each chapter is about 2,200 words, plus or minus. (A little more on the plus side.)
What’s great about secondary characters is that they not only round out a story, they do double duty for the main story character.
The cover should match the readers taste and genre.
Going forward, I think this will be fair to a reader’s expectations. You, the reader, are who really matters.
She carefully un-holstered a standard issue Glock 22, her heart now the only thing audible. The gun’s rubber grip collected sweat from the palm of her hands.
Don’t misunderstand me: I do think an author should write fast, especially a commercial or indie author.
Having a little fun with these pics.
In few words, flash fiction expects a story to reach a conclusion even if it’s an impasse.
I’m focusing a lot more on narration instead of plot. A book’s narrator is more intimate than a movie or television camera eye.