One of the aspects that have changed because of the self-publishing revolution is that writers are able to make art for art’s sake. As a self-published writer, you’re free to write and publish whatever you want. You make your own editorial agenda.
But the thing is that there are some writers out there, me included, who like to write in more than one genre. I’ve written stories that range from Contemporary Fiction to Magical Realism, Science Fiction, Absurd Literature. But this can be tricky when it comes to finding an audience.
Since I have yet to self-publish something that departs from Mainstream Literature, I invited a fellow self-publisher, Katie Jennings, to tell us a bit about her own experiences with writing and publishing novels in different genres.
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