Novellas are short novels. They are suggestions of themes, and descriptions of plots. They explore emotions. Climaxes are intellectual experiences that expose unconscious motives. Novellas are typically between 10,000 and 30,000 words.
Novellas are stories about psychologies and cultures. They describe communities, and explain relationships. They deliver natural philosophies, and unique perspectives. Descriptions and dialogs are essential literary techniques. They create novellas with styles and voice.
Novellas with the short form of short stories are written with chapters that capture scenes and divide plots. Introductions develop into sequences of scenes that dramatize places and characters. Chapters segment events, and dramatize plots. Short-form novellas end conclusively with summarizations of thoughts and actions.
Novellas with the long form of novels are written with climaxes that capture plots and divide time. Introductions develop into plots, and scenes build upon successive events. Time elapses into climaxes, and restarts to describe conclusions of scenes. Long-form novellas build tensions into climaxes, and end with deductions of events.
Dirty Little Claws, Inc., publishes novellas that develop places, characters, and events. Novellas build places, and make realistic characters. They create rich and dramatic climaxes. Short and long forms of novellas make commercial fiction. Plans and outlines make novellas with permanence.
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