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Interesting article, thanks Joe. Publisher’s requirements aside, I truly think the story will dictate the length. I write a mix of novellas and novels-my Chase Investigations private eye series are novellas, 15-25,000 words. My action/spy series The Division are 50-60,000.
Personally, I would rather read a shorter book that held me at every page, than drift through parts of a longer book. I find even some big name quality authors ave tended to fill out some of their bestsellers, which would have been fantastic shorter works.
I get bored with just one method….and I have to admit I enjoyed attending Arabic classes where I was learning alonside others. To reinforce my vocab I would enter every new word into a spreadsheet…then upload my new words into Memrise…that way I would be reinforcing the words used in the course I was taking and have it for reference later. Because I was writing each word out as well this would help reinforce. Finally I also entered all of the sentences and phrases used during the course in English and repeatedly practiced translating them using Arabic script. As far as speaking Arabic..the best tool that helped me was the course offered using the pimsleur method….within minutes I was learning and able to use phrases with others in conversation. I loved the way it used SRS and challenging one to remember words and answer questions…