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We keep it in a tidy range. Don’t fool yourself into thinking that, Oh my God, I’m not a writer unless I write a novel that’s at least 60,000 words long or even 100,000 or more words. I think this is why so many authors wrote trilogies, and the same reason that books such as The Lord of the Rings are made into trilogy format for sale rather than in one huge, bulking book of Biblical proportions. Someone may have read the Bible through from beginning to end but not everyone these days has the stamina for that. We must really like a book to read such tomes. Therefore, be of good cheer ye would-be novelists; the novella just might save your backside and free you up to move onto the next best-seller. The average novel, as I understand it (correct me if I’m wrong) runs to about 60,000 words.
The average novel. Again, there is our flexible piece of string which gives us some nice leeway on the actual boundary line where the novella crosses into the territory of the novel proper. There then seems to be no upper limit on the word-count, once a novel gets past the 60,000 mark, taking us to the moon and back if we like. But no one writes such voluminous works, and if they do, we find that they are as stated above, trilogies or a whole series of stories. Think of Bernard Cornwell’s Sharpe stories for example. I know I do. Finally, after all that, please do allow yourself the freedom to experiment with your writing style and genres in particular. You will discover most of all what you are personally ‘drawn’ to in fiction (or self-help for that matter) and if, at any point you feel inside that it isn’t working then that might actually be the case.
Listen to that inner voice. If you start to feel bored by a story you’re working on, then that will relay itself to the reader. There is no way that a boring write for you can ever convey anything else but the same feeling to the reader. All our writing starts with us, you see. If we don’t like it, chances are pretty strong that no one else will. Now of course, you may very well write something which you feel is beyond brilliant. It might well be. On the other hand, some readers might hate it. But the point is this; if you enjoyed writing it, then there will most definitely be an audience out there for you who will feel that and love it too. We know, logically that not every reader will read and like what we write. The important part here is that you like it. Experiment with writing on several different subjects.
This is where the short story format comes in most useful of all. If you like Westerns, then try your hand at a Zane Grey style short story. You might find your niche that way. Or, maybe try Science Fiction if you also like that. Try writing one. I could cover every genre here, but you get the gist. I have written several short stories on various subjects, and this has truly helped me to find what I like writing about best of all. If you follow these guidelines, I am convinced that you will discover what kind of writer you really are, and express that more fully. 1 2 3 4 5 3 out of 5 stars from 1 rating of What Kind of Writing do You want to Do? 0 of 8192 characters usedPost CommentNo HTML is allowed in comments, but URLs will be hyperlinked. Comments are not for promoting your articles or other sites. Thank you Jodah, I appreciate the positive feedback. I’m chuckling about the novel bit, and i do get it. Novels can be very challenging and I really don’t think they’re for every writer. Poetry’s great, and it can be very inspiring. My advice to anyone is, if you love the short then stick to it if novels feel too stressful! This is a very helpful, straight forward hub on finding your niche as a writer, Stephen. I mainly write poetry but have written a few short stories and flash fiction and really enjoy the genre when I do attempt it.