Do you remember the old tagline: You can’t eat just one. Well, that’s the new trend in writing. Short chapters, otherwise known as potato chip chapters, get to the point (of the story), yet leave your reader craving more.
It seems that readers no longer want the long rambling chapters of the past. Nowadays, shorter is better at accommodating the short attention spans engendered by our new technological society.
Writer August Birch explains how to create short and engaging chapters that keep your readers reading, but also cater to their need for brevity. Read his article: Why Chapter Length Matters More than You Think.
And if you crave a little romance with your potato chips, try my paranormal romance, The Past Rekindled.