I’m not a writer, so I’ve never written 2500 words in a single page (it’s more like 1150 of them total) but I wrote them down. This is my attempt at writing 2500 words in a single page.
Okay now, to make this more difficult for you, my goal is to write 2500 words in one sentence, and this is a sentence from my new book “1000 Words in One Page”.
First off, if you are reading this, you have probably already read 1000 Words in One Page. If not, check it out. It covers a lot of ground on the topic of writing, and it’s a great book to just get your brain out and write down a few things you’ve been thinking about. That being said, there are a lot of things that you might not consider when you’re writing a 2500 word novel.
For example, if youre writing 2500 words in a sentence, you will probably want to have a paragraph break every 25 words, or maybe even 10. But you know what? I don’t think that you should stop at just one paragraph break. You wouldn’t want to write an entire book in a single paragraph anyway. You might want to break it up into sections or chapters, or even have the author break up a chapter into some other part of the story.
If you have an author who isnt going to break up a chapter into a paragraph, then you have to figure out how to break it up into a different part of the story. This means you have to come up with new things to say and possibly use more than one sentence. You also have to figure out how to break up the chapters. You don’t want to put a lot of chapters in one place anyway.
Many authors have been known to use a lot of paragraphs as well. You can break a chapter up into a few pages, but then you have to figure out how to break up a chapter into different parts of the story as well. This is where you come up with things to say. A good example of this is where one author put a short section of their story as a chapter in an attempt to break up a long story into a couple of pages.
This is also where you can sometimes put in a lot of words in a single chapter, which is great for a quick read, but can end up taking a lot of time to digest.
The real trick is figuring out what to say, and what to leave out. Sometimes you’ll have several scenes from the same chapter, and you can’t decide if you should say something about the first or the second part of the same scene. It’s a balance of words, but also a balancing act between the length of a scene and the length of a scene.
I think there are two ways to think about this: You can decide to be concise and say it only once, or you can decide to be verbose and say it multiple times.
Sometimes its not that hard to figure out how to say it concisely, or verbosely, you just have to ask yourself the right question. The question to ask yourself is if you should say it at all, and if you should leave some stuff out.