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I think I got it? (1 Viewer)

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Writer One

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Each word and sentence is part of the flow of the story, that's why the subject and predicate? This is what I get of ten years of general writing with e-mail without editing. How many words or paragraphs constitute a short story? If I am right I will never write about this again :1stars: . When I said I had a handicap, you didn't believe it, I have always been slow to understand. Writer one
 

Bishop

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Each word and sentence is part of the flow of the story, that's why the subject and predicate? This is what I get of ten years of general writing with e-mail without editing. How many words or paragraphs constitute a short story? If I am right I will never write about this again :1stars: . When I said I had a handicap, you didn't believe it, I have always been slow to understand. Writer one

What's the question here?

"Each word and sentence is part of the flow of a story..." Yes, that's correct. But that's also like saying "music notes make up the sounds of a song". It just does.

"How many words or paragraphs constitute a short story?" There's no magical number. I've seen short stories that are 15 words long, or 15,000 words long. It all depends on the writing, the structure, the author's intent, and the story itself.

The only reason I feel you're having trouble understanding is because you're massively overthinking things.
 
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