I’ve been on a short-story-writing streak this year. You’ll know this if you’ve been following my New Book Rollout page. First I added three exciting short reads to my Hunt for Justice Series (False Justice, Fair Justice, and True Justice, all featuring Willa Carson), then I published Fatal Edge, a short read in the Jess Kimball Thriller Series. I had all these plot ideas stored in my memory bank, and decided to get them all down in writing for you.
And that’s why we published Justice is Served, a collection of the four most recent Willa Carson mysteries.
Here are 7 benefits of reading shorter stories:
- There’s no time to waste in a short mystery, so the action begins right off the bat and doesn’t quit until “The End.”
- You know you’ll finish the entire piece. You’ll have a sense of accomplishment already by the end of chapter 1!
It’s like a day trip. You’re gone just long enough to escape reality, but by the end of the day you’re home safely again, ready to rest up for a new adventure.
With shorter stories, you’ll never feel reluctant to start for fear that you won’t finish.
It’s a great way to try out new authors and new series.
It’s a good change of pace after reading a long novel. It’s like walking it off after finishing a long run. (Jess Kimball of Fatal Edge is an avid runner, you know!)
Do you set reading goals, like a certain number of books per month or year? If you’ve fallen behind on that goal, shorter stories are a great way to catch up. And, with Justice is Served, you get four in one collection!
Try Justice is Served, a collection of exciting short reads featuring Judge Willa Carson, HERE.
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