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url 2014-10-08 18:42
On Wanting A Book To Fail

James Frey has a new book out.


I want it to fail.


S&S are publishing One Direction fan-fiction.


I want it to fail.


I explain why.

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url 2014-09-18 21:56
LonCon3 #24: Authors Accept, Encourage, and Create Fan Works Too

Panellists: Seanan McGuirePatrick RothfussKaren MillerAdam Christopher, Karen Hellekson

Fanfiction, fan art, and other forms of transformative works can be a sensitive topic with authors understandably having mixed reactions to works based on their creations. In this session four successful authors embrace forms of creative (not-for-profit!) output based upon their works. They discuss the benefits and difficulties of having fans creatively engage with their material. Beyond that they openly talk about their own experiences with fan works, whether they have written, still write, or read fanfiction or produce other forms of fan works.

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Source: literaryames.wordpress.com/2014/09/18/loncon3-24-authors-accept-encourage-and-create-fan-works-too
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url 2013-10-07 10:40
Make a Killing Writing Dino Erotica


Did you know writing dino erotica allows authors to make enough money to quit their day jobs?


Is monster erotica lucrative?


Once I started making more money writing erotica than I did at my job (that only took one month), I quit to start writing full-time and going to school part-time.


We don't want to get into actual numbers, but let's put it this way: Combined, Christie and I make more money than our friend who has been working as an engineer at Boeing for a few years and Christie's friend who is a five-year accountant in Dallas, Texas.


Before this I did some game writing and wrote fantasy, science fiction, and a little humor, and some choose-your-own-path adventure fiction. Christie says she wrote a lot of urban fantasy and general fiction. But since Christie and I have to make a living writing, we both pretty much just write monster erotica now.


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What erotica market hasn't been covered yet that we can make a killing on?

Source: nymag.com/thecut/2013/10/qa-the-women-who-write-dinosaur-erotica.html
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