Problems with the novel Spyder’s Web

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I realize this may come as a shock to many of you, but I’m not perfect. I make mistakes, and apparently, I made a doozy with my last book in my fantasy series, Spyder’s Web.

Somehow, I only uploaded half the book to all of the various places you folks go to buy books. The story stopped right in the middle of chapter eight, and people were left kind of confused.

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Can’t blame them there. Anyway, if you were one of the unlucky readers who only got half a book, mea culpa.

By now, you have received or will receive a notice from Amazon instructing you on how to re-download the corrected version of Spyder’s Web.

Alternately, on Amazon, you have the option to use the “Manage Your Content and Devices” page on Amazon.com to receive your book updates.

I’m really sorry for the inconvenience and won’t be too upset if you write to tell me how shocked you are that I’m not always perfect…

 

Intro

As most of you know, I write in several genres, and within those genres, I write short stories, novellas, and novels. Several people have asked what the difference is between each type of writing. The answer comes down to numbers, and even these aren’t written in stone.  Whenever I list my books for sale, if they are a short story or novella, it will be easy for you to tell because they’re always labeled as such. Let me give you some examples:
 In a nutshell:
Short Stories: 1,000 to 7,500 words
My short story Sansha is an example of this coming in at 6,436 words
Novellas: 7,500 – 40,000 words (some people consider anything over 30,000 words a novel – like I said, nothing is cast in stone.
My novella Lilas comes in at 16,174 words
My novella Credo’s Revenge has 21,564 words
Novels: 40,000 – On Up
Credo’s Hope, for Example, has 97,935 words
As I mentioned, this is variable. Some of the greatest books–referred to as novels–ever written are under 32,000 words. The list goes on, but I thought I’d give a couple of examples.
The Call of the Wild
Jack London
27,000
Of Mice and Men
John Steinbeck
31,465
Animal Farm
George Orwell
27,695
Anyway, I hope this answers your questions and as always, please keep your questions coming. I love hearing from you guys and always try to get back to you as quickly as possible.
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