Novel or Novella?
Not related to the post title, but much more interesting, there’s a month-long party going on on the 18th Century History blog, launching off with a giveaway from me. Possibly everyone who reads my blog and wants one has already got a copy of False Colors, but if you haven’t here’s a chance to get one free.
Even if you’re not at all interested in that, the blog is worth bookmarking and coming back to regularly, and not just for the month of giveaways 🙂
Meanwhile, back to the post title, I’m 20K into a m/m historical novella set in Saxon times. It’s heading for 30K once it’s finished and I’m beginning to wonder if I should expand it into a short novel. It might benefit from some more buildup and more… well, everything. But if I do that it will be a much longer time before I can start on the next fantasy novel. Anyone got an opinion? Should I
a) Finish the novella. Start the next fantasy novel.
b) Turn the novella into a novel. Start the next fantasy novel later.
c) Forget writing! Concentrate on learning Coton’s tunes on the pennywhistle in time for practice season starting in September.
d) Something else.