NOVELLA TALK AT THE THRILL BEGINS

Today I’m up at The Thrill Begins with the amazingly talented writers Rob Hart and E.A. Aymar as we discuss the popularity of the novella. Is it just a passing trend or is it here to stay?

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4 thoughts on “NOVELLA TALK AT THE THRILL BEGINS

  1. Really nice interview, Sarah! Very interesting concept about where a novella ends and a novel begins. Frankly, considering all the old pulp crime fiction, many today would’ve been called “novellas.” When I read CLEANING UP FINN I felt like I had enjoyed a fine novel; I really didn’t consider it a novella. I’m not a big fan of “tags” as you can see. 🙂
    –Michael

    • Thanks for commenting and sharing, Michael! Yes, it’s interesting to see how things get categorized over the years. The panel I was one a few months ago was exactly this discussion. We even played a game where we named popular classics that would actually be considered novellas by today’s standards. And thanks for the kind words about FINN!

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