The most quoted advice to writers is to write what you know, which is, of course, largely nonsense. Above all, Susanne is lovingly blunt, but not confrontational. The minimum number of words required for a novel is about 50, words, which can equal up to pages.
It will be a lot of work though. Or ask yourself: are you really sure that the basic idea for your novel is strong enough?
Chop up the writing or expand it. What if no one reads it? A good way to keep everything straight is by creating an outline and sticking to it. You just need to care, a lot, and make sure that you take care with every sentence you write.
Impatiently, I simply began another book. Sometimes, it's a hard slog through the mud. Sounds like the same mantra of a superhero—and a superhero is just a badass in a costume.
That is awesome!