Lisa Burton Drops by to Tell Us About C.S. Boyack’s Short Stories and How Writing Them Differs From Novels

While I was visiting with Joey today, Lisa Burton was visiting with Susan Nichols. Lisa is going over the difference between short fiction and novels, and offers up some decent insight. I’d appreciate it if you’d check it out.

S.K. Nicholls

Today I have a dear friend, Craig, who goes by C.S. Boyack as his author name. Craig has a spokemodel for his books, Lisa Burton, and I have invited her here to tell us a bit about the difference between short stories and novels. I personally find reading the two types of work very different. C.S. Boyack has a new book of short stories out and his creative energy is flowing through its pages.

Thanks for inviting me, Sue. I enjoy getting out of the writing cabin every once in a while. You wanted to know about the difference between short stories and novels. Craig had to think about this one for a while, but here’s what he told me.

With a novel, you have more time to build worlds, add in small bits of backstory, and go on a hero’s journey. Short stories don’t have that luxury. You have…

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6 responses to “Lisa Burton Drops by to Tell Us About C.S. Boyack’s Short Stories and How Writing Them Differs From Novels

  1. Popping over now. Hope this tour is gaining you huge sales!

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  2. Nice one – just finished Experimental 2 and halfway through Wild Concept… I love Lisa even more now! 😉

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