The length of each chapter in your book should, more or less, correlate with the events depicted. It might seem obvious, but when you’re writing some of your favourite scenes, you don’t want to finish them. You want to add more description, explain more of the emotions your characters are feeling. You’ll enjoy it, but your readers might think you overdid it.
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