So right now I'm thinking about my book in two ways [just thinking...no set plans yet].
1. Cram it all into two or three books.
2. Adjust the story to make it fit a serial format.
It really could go one way or the other, as both options have their positives and negatives.
If I go with option one, I have to streamline the story and really trim it down so that it's not overwhelming, but it means only splitting it between two novels instead of multiples. So I'm still going to be limited.
If I go with option two, I can take my time and really explore my world and characters--the question is would people want to read the series beyond the first book? If that's not the case, then I don't really get to tell my story.
On another side note, I finally finished 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which I began before Nano--it's one of my required books before I can read my novel. I will be posting my reviews/comments about these books in the Excerptlopedia as I finish them.
That's all for now.