In the latest Authors Answer, we talk about writing outside our preferred genres for fame and fortune.
Sometimes, writing in a genre that is over-saturated with a flood of books by indie authors can make it difficult to make any money or get recognised. The book gets lost, and so does the author. But how can an author stand out? Tracey Lynn Tobin asks a question related to this.
I’ve thought about it sometimes. I mean, YA and romance seem to get a lot of attention. But that’s not me, it’s not my style. I can’t even fit a romantic subplot in Jasper, much less design an entire book around one. I think if I attempted, it wouldn’t be as successful, and therefore wouldn’t earn me the attention I’d be after in the first place.
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