The consensus on book length.

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4 Responses

  1. Douglas Huse says:

    Well done, Kaitlyn. I’m doing a SFF series and I have much to say in each book. As it happens, that fits your discovery that readets in thar genre like longer books. Bravo.

  2. Emmely says:

    I think you did a great job! I am currently working on an ebook. Everything I write is based on real life issues, problems or experiences. I find my biggest downfall or struggle would be run on paragraphs and sentences as well as placement. I know what I want to say, I have trouble writing it in “time-line” format. How did you overcome this or was it ever an issue for you?

    • Kaitlyn Meyers says:

      I think writing about things that happen in the real world is much more difficult than fiction. In fiction you can just tell a story, leave out parts that don’t matter, put in thoughts to make it go smoother. When you’re working with events from your life, they’re chronological, though not necessarily linear in the message you’re trying to convey. I think you have to decide if you want it to be more of a memoir (chronological) or inspirational (by theme). There isn’t a right or wrong way to do it, just try your best to keep it cohesive and one way or the other!

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