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This week we respond to this question, from author J.W. Benshoof, who wonders how to split a single novel that’s growing larger than anticipated, into a series that will still appeal to readers. Taylor points out several things J.W. should consider, including giving the reader a sense of completion with each book, and the resolution of the primary story line for that particular book.
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