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Old 08-13-2012, 02:29 PM   #5
westy
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Originally Posted by morriss003 View Post
When I was researching this question for regularly published books, I was told that 100,000 words was what most publishers want for a novel. Most of my ebooks are over 100,000 words. I have gotten complaints about those books I've published that are under 50,000 words.
Thanks Morriss003, that's the kind of information I needed to know. I was curious to the public reaction to shorter novels - as they are not physically picking up a printed book in a bookstore and can assess the length of it before they part with cash!
I am given to writing nearer the 100,000 mark, so that is fine by me. Just new to the self publishing ebook world and needed the clarification.

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