Due to recent/current events I had some thing just flow and a large part of it just almost wrote itself.
What I am running into is that what I've felt is a natural story arc is ending the story in the range of a novella versus a full length novel. (Novella's typically 20,000 to 50,000 words with an "AVERAGE" novella coming in at 30,000.
In today's writing scene, how viable are novella's? Based on a lot of what I see in, say a Barnes and Novel or other book stores, Novella's are typically an authors bit of pretentiousness - something quick that still draws in readers.
Can one break into the scene these days with a novella?
Perhaps with Self Publishing.... ???
If you surrender a civilization to avoid social disapproval, you should know that all of history will curse you for your cowardliness - Alice Teller
If John of Patmos would browse the internet today for half an hour, I don't know if the Book of Revelations would be entirely different or entirely the same.