Short Story Formatstory-telling format
Stories library size | Correct manuscript size
Following the article entitled Clean nevlla review, a readership asks: What do you do when you use an amendment as part of a compilation of comics? When you include a novel in a compilation, you basically style it like a comic. However, this raises the issue of the right size for a history library.
Fast and filthy way would be to simply reprint all your tales in regular shorter storyline form, then put a cover page (complete with the approximate number of words ) and a page of text on top of the pile and call it a dais. I' m sure many of my collection have been divested in this way (which gives the added benefit that the journalist can mix and match tales to her heart's content).
You' d better handle your compilation like a novelbook. Provide a cover page and then begin each narrative on a separate page with the heading in the middle of the page. Customize the page numbers so that they run through the entire script, not starting from 1 for each and every one.
For a newer author, this, especially, makes your collection look more like an intended work and less like a clapdash stack of tales. One way or another, handle any novel you add to the library in the same way as any other history, with section titles centred around a skip line instead of beginning on a new page.
Don't forgetting to give in advance or at the end a listing of the places where each history was previously public. You can also specify if a history has not yet been released. Exceptions may be if most of the tales in the compilation are previously unreleased, in which case you will probably want to reference your submissions in your covering note as a compilation of authentic (not unpublished) tales.