We turn now to WHAT gets written. Here we’re talking about the content of your fiction or nonfiction.
And here I’m planning to go against convention a bit.
We hear much about building a platform, writing for the market, carving out a niche, and author branding. Nearly all of these encourage a singular voice or genre or series. And granted, if this is what the editors and agents are telling us, then this route probably does provide better odds for getting something published.
But I’d still like to state my case (which does not eliminate the importance of a solid platform, mind you). Continue reading