What is the difference between a short story, a novella and a novel? In the case of Ian Sale’s The Eye With Which The Universe Beholds Itself it doesn’t actually matter, because it’s a story and that is the only consideration. What Sales manages to achieve in a 48 page story (with additions – more of which later) is more than some people achieve in a 300 page book.
Posts Tagged ‘Mars’
Posted by theforgottengeek on April 22, 2013
Posted by Dion_Scrolls on April 5, 2013
Time plays tricks with us all. I’ve only been writing for the Geek Syndicate for a little over three years, but it’s filled my thoughts and spare time so completely that I can barely recall what life was like before joining this phenomenal network of people. Meanwhile, Cinebook Reviews has only been going for a year and a half yet I feel like I’ve barely scratched the surface of the Franco-Belgian comics scene. Of course, Cinebook are not the only publisher out there translating these books into English. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by montoc1701 on January 19, 2012