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Old 08-13-2012, 02:52 PM   #10
westy
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Originally Posted by anamardoll View Post
IME, YA tends to be a little shorter, a little snappier, a little more to the point. It's one reason why I like YA.

But if it's a YA EPIC FANTASY, then it may be longer.

My advice: write the story, worry about word count after. If you've got a clear beginning and ending, with a fun ride from one to the other, people won't care too much if you're a little short or a little over.
Thanks! Just took a look at your link and see that you write for young adult audience also - but my genre/style is humor.
Like you graphics too - very artistic.

Going back to my original post - as I am given to writing at length, I now know roughly were to limit myself for ebooks... which was the 50MB question.

Thanks for your valued input, really appreciate it.
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