Right now, I release my chapters as follows: TWT (6k word), JotMW (3k words), TWT (6k words), EP (3k words), TWT (6k words), JotMW (3k words), etc. That’s a chapter a week with 18k words every four weeks. I know, I work hard for you all 🙂
I’m going to switch things up a little. Going forward, I’m going to split that 18k evenly. So, that’s 4.5k words a chapter every week regardless of the story. But that’s not the only change.
It’s not easy diving in and out of stories. So, as these stories wrap up, I’m going to winnow down to one story at a time. I love cowriting with CeeBee42 and Kuudere, so I’ll keep working with them. But rather than rotate every week, I’ll rotate each story once it’s finished. I’ll write one story at a time. What that means for the long term is that I will rotate between projects that I write all by myself, cowrite with CeeBee42, and cowrite with Kuudere. I won’t set a limit for novel length, but it will probably be in the 60k to 100k range for each story.
There are a bunch of benefits to doing it this way. The pacing should improve. It will be easier to follow along rather than trying to remember your place from two weeks or four weeks ago. And, hopefully, it’ll help me write better stories.
TLDR, All chapters will be 4.5k, once the current stories finish, I’ll work on one story at a time. Chapters will still arrive every week.
Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.