Announcing Short Stacks + Linking to Those I Did a Full Review On

Once upon a time in 2015 I did a post on a few novella’s that I read but didn’t do a full review on. I shared a few thoughts on them. I never did that again. I have reviewed some novella’s that were for review or that I had a lot of thoughts on, but that certainly weren’t them all.

I do believe in not reviewing everything. However I feel novella’s, novellettes and the like do often get the short end of the stick in that department, and lists unless they are highly popular. I might not read a huge amount of them but on occasion I certainly enjoy reading a few.

So here we are. I’m going to go back in time to the first time I did this and work myself forward to present time. I’d like to do 5 at a time or so.  It also won’t mean every short story or novella will get a place here if I don’t have any thoughts on them (or if it has been too long) but I just want to give some of these some extra attention. So this might be a monthly thing but maybe also not?

If it is found free online I will also link to it.

short stacks info

Pages counts are calculated based on aprox. 250 words a page. Especially that last one cut off at 180 pages is iffy at best. Some novella’s are over 200 pages. But this is just meant as a guideline. 

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Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titel The Black Tides of Heaven (Tensorate 1) by J.Y. Yang / Novella

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelWayward Children by Seanan McGuire / Novella
Every Heart a Doorway / Down Among the Sticks and Bones / Beneath the Sugar Sky / In an Absent Dream

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelThe Ghost Line by Andrew Neil Gray and J.S. Herbison / Novella

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titelThe Queens of Fennbirn (Three Dark Crowns 0.1 and 0.2) by Kendare Blake / Novella
The Oracle Queen / The Young Queens

Kopie van Ontwerp zonder titel Sunbolt (Sunbolt Chronicles 1) by Intisar Khanani / Novella


3 thoughts on “Announcing Short Stacks + Linking to Those I Did a Full Review On

  1. This was a great idea. Sometimes I like to pick up something that’s not going to take days to read, and also can give me an idea of an author’s writing style without commiting to a full novel. Thanks for the heads up on these, and also for reminding me I have some of these on my Kindle to read. 👍✨

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