On Wed, Aug 13, 2014 at 9:48 AM, Michael Schutte<mschutte369@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Do you truly have 32,767 characters? I don't read books that long. LOL.
I suppose the "LOL" at the end means you should get some slack, and
for the record, I don't mean to pick on you.
I'd just like to put the size in perspective: 32k characters would
make for quite a short book. NaNoWriMo defines a novel as being at
least 50,000 words (so several hundred thousand characters).
Mainstream novels, that you would find on fiction best-seller lists,
can easily exceed 100,000 words. 32k characters is solidly within the
"short story" category (7500 words and under) used by the Science
Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America.
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