How long should be a piece of creating writing for the upcoming November contest? What is the best practice as far as a hub length goes in this case? I know, the minimum is 500 words, is there a maximum? What is the golden mean? I'd like to take part in the contest this time. Thank you.
Hi moncrieff...I tend to believe that each story, poem, and (other literary examples that I can't think of at the moment) have/has their own built-in length that is required to tell that story.
That being said...those stories, poems, and (other literary examples that I can't think of at the moment) should be at least 500 words for this contest. Without an apparent maximum...you can concentrate on writing a kick-a** hub that is as many words as it needs to be (over 500). I look forward to reading which ever length you come up with (over 500). Good luck!
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