What makes a great novel? Put ten authors into a room and you will get 18 different answers!
Yet, most authors will agree that when you are targeting a particular genre, say Young Adult (YA), you should stick to the literary yard sticks of the like-minded novels already in print. The number of words, the average word length, the number of unique words as a population of all words (unique word density), the average length of your paragraphs, and so on, become critical to your novel's success. Statistical outliers have a reduced chance of success in this industry where even the smallest deviation will cause the agent or publisher to discard even before a reading.
Analyze Novels compares your novel against the greats to produce intelligent graphs and charts of not only your work, but of other works in your genre. Works of your choice.
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