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Technically, it is simply a series. Usually, when you look at writers' bibliographies on Wikipedia, multi-cycle series are usually grouped under a heading that refers to what they all have in common. For example, several of the novels of C. J. Cherryh are grouped under "the Alliance-Union universe". In this case, "universe" is the term used to describe the ...


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The good news is that there's nobody policing this! You can call your series anything you want — just like naming your individual books, you're looking for whatever you think will best serve the series and appeal to prospective readers. 'Trilogy', 'quadrilogy' etc. obviously have technical meanings So does 'sequence' (See Wikipedia) Terry Pratchett simply ...


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I am sorry I'm a budding contributor here so I don't have comment permissions. Just to confirm you are writing something like The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, right? Where each series has its own books in different time frame. If yes then that's a massive project and wouldn't be bound by something like trilogy or any of that sort. Saga being a long ...



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