When I was trying to decide if I could, in fact, write 50,000 words in stories for the medieval period, I went Google searching to see just what that looked like. In the process, I came across a great article outlining some reasons why you might be best to keep your novel to 80,000 words or less. There are certainly some valuable tips in it.
Three Good Reasons to Keep Your Book Shorter Than 80,000 Words by Brooke Warner
If you are a newbie writer like me – I think you will find it interesting, if nothing else.
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Kerry A Waight - Author
A writer of historical fiction and paranormal stories.
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