Most first-time writers wonder How Many Pages In My Book; What page count they should shoot for. There is a misconception here, however, because your final book may be formatted to a size that would increase or decrease the page count of your book. Ebooks don’t even have “pages” only file sizes!
The best rule of thumb on finishing a book is to look at your manuscript and ask yourself: Did I leave anything out? If I add more to the manuscript will it be redundant and bloated? If everything important to you is there, and anything else would be superfluous, then you know you have reached the end. Congrats!
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