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Hi! I’m currently working on the first draft of my novel, and it’s about 220+ book pages so far. Unfortunately, i am really not that far along with my plot, and i’m anticipating very roughly that the finished “book 1” or just, this project, will be around 400+ pages :,)

Obviously, I don’t want to drag my story on for that long, and obviously, I don’t want it to be too rushed either. How do I know when to stop?

I’m presuming this would be after I finish my first draft, so I’ll see after then. But comments and help and tips on planning would be appreciated!
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