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  • The Combined Book Team August 4, 2015

    You wrote your novel, you’re excited to start editing but then you notice something is off: your word count is too low! Below is a guide of word count by genre as well as the “sweet spot” where your word count should ideally fall. Via the Jennifer Represents blog which can be read in full here. PICTURE BOOK: 0-1,300 words. Sweet spot: 300-550* EARLY READER: 100-2,500 words. Sweet spot: (depends on level)* CHAPTER BOOK: 4,000-13,000 words. Sweet spot: 6,000-10,000 REALISTIC MIDDLE GRADE: 25,000-60,000 words. Sweet spot: 30,000-45,000 FANTASY MIDDLE GRADE: 35,000-75,000 words. Sweet spot: 45,000-65,000 REALISTIC YA: 35,000-75,000 words. Sweet spot:…
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    The Combined Book Team July 16, 2015

    Via Raddom.com Another great infographic by Extra Ink Edits! Visit  http://www.ExtraInkEdits.com for more tips from Megan plus resources for all your WIP editing needs!
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