Suppose you want to write a story. Your final writing is like the following:
This morning Doe got up at 7:45am. Then he brushed his teeth. Then he had breakfast which was prepared by his mom. Then he spent the whole morning reading a novel. He had lunch with his parents at 1:00pm. After lunch, he took a nap for about 20 minutes. Then he went out with his friends and spent a good time in the afternoon. ...
This is not story-telling. This is event-describing. In Chinese, we call this kind of writing a "ledger" which suggests "boring; too many unrelated details; without a proper focus".
Note, however, that "ledger" is only used as criticism when the writing's original intent is story-telling.
What is the English word or phrase to call such writing?