My friends Vashti Q and Shirley Slaughter have combined to introduce Vashti’s book, The Fall of Lilith, to a new audience of readers. However Vashti has posed a very serious question in the article that follows. “Do You Judge An Author By His Or Her Genre?” Enjoy! Click the link that follows to leave a comment on Shirley’s page.https://shirleyslaughter.com/2018/01/11/congratulations-rrbcspotlightauthor-vashtiqv-rrbc/comment-page-1/#comment-11911
WELCOME SPOTLIGHT AUTHOR VASHTI Q!
You have been such a supportive member since the first day you joined and so you deserve your time in the spotlight. I am delighted to host you.
Title: Do You Judge An Author By His Or Her Genre?
You’d be surprised how many people make assumptions about authors’ personalities based on their works’ genre. Horror writers have dark, twisted minds and are capable of committing the atrocities they write about. Erotica writers are perverts. Writers of romance tend to be like their heroines—beautiful women who are lavished with flowers, candy and romantic dinners by more lovers than they can handle (and who all resemble Ryan Reynolds, Zac Efron, Gerald Butler, or Idris Elba) And comedic writers––well, they’re all clowns who don’t take life seriously enough. Really? Come on, people!
I have lost count of how many times friends and acquaintances have been shocked when…
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