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Do not add unnecessary filler to your book. I agree with @Lauren and, @Jed here (maybe even withand @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post)here, but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

Do not add unnecessary filler to your book. I agree with @Lauren and @Jed here (maybe even with @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post), but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

Do not add unnecessary filler to your book. I agree with @Lauren, @Jed and @Standback here, but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

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Do not add unnecessary shitfiller to your book. I agree with @Lauren and @Jed here (maybe even with @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post), but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

Do not add unnecessary shit to your book. I agree with @Lauren and @Jed here (maybe even with @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post), but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

Do not add unnecessary filler to your book. I agree with @Lauren and @Jed here (maybe even with @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post), but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.

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Do not add unnecessary shit to your book. I agree with @Lauren and @Jed here (maybe even with @Standback as soon as I find the time to read his post), but let me add one thing, because you want to self-publish: the price of your book.

Length may be arbitrary, but prices are arbitrary, too. Most people expect a certain price for a certain page/word count. Or at least to pay less for a 40k novel than for a 60k one.

So think carefully how much money you want for which word count. To get some ideas I suggest Smith's suggestions about pricing as a starting point.