This is why I like C.S. Lakin.

Ms. Lakin was one of seventeen writers who responded to the comment: Remaining True to Yourself vs Catering to Your Audience: 17 Tips From the Worlds Top Bloggers, . . . Her response is so in-tune with my way of thinking. As writers and readers we should not be pigeon-holed into one genre. Check this link for hers and sixteen others’ thoughts on the topic:

http://www.writewithwarnimont.com/remaining-true-vs-catering-to-your-audience-17-tips-from-the-top-bloggers-authors-and-writers

What are your thoughts? As a reader do you only read within a single genre or do you venture out and expand your vision, imagination and knowledge?

 

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About TimberDark Writer

Simply, I am passionate about writing and dancing. I love reading, quilting and hunting. I have written stories since childhood. I have a degree in English, taught in a parochial school, substituted K-12, raised three daughters, coached and refereed youth soccer, square danced since I was seven, created and quilted award winning quilts. When not writing I assist my husband teach square dancing 3-4 times a week, co-coach an historical dance exhibition team and I hunt with my family and friends to fill the freezer. My first novel, "The Blood,"published in May 2014 is a multiple award winner and received a four star review by Foreward Clarion Review in May 2016. The second novel, "The Balance" was published September 1, 2016. These are the beginning installments of the science fiction/fantasy crossover series, "The Stone's Blade." Book three, "The Blades" is under construction. My TimberDark Writer blog is a part of my writing process. You are invited to share in the journey.
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