But what if it gets too much controversy?All that said, controversy can be good--gets people talkin', gets people thinkin', even gets people readin'...
I can understand that and bound to happen.The same can probably be said for allmost all popular books. Gather enough readers and someone will find something to complain about.
Think you're right. It can't hurt to try.But before then, just write the book. No one cares about what you put down on paper before you publish it. So just write the book.
Once I feel confident about it, I'll feel less limited. I know I can't expect to avoid all controversy.I don't agree with the level of disregard that some posters seem to advocate, but I do agree that in the end you need to be confident in your own creation.
I have to agree.You should be not be afraid to challenge beliefs. You cant get ppl to even agree what color the sky is.
I'm sorry for that. I wasn't directing it towards you that I'm concerned specifically what you think of it, I was merely focused on the many that will feel the same because I can guarantee there are many who will agree with you. Fantasy based around religion is not always going to be an easy ride.A book that avoids controversy has nothing to say. And one who pursues that has given up part of their own spirit to pursue an unworthy goal. Be you first.
This is why i will avoid this thread. You put too much weight in this poor notion that it matters if i dont like it.
Controversy is good. It will help sell your books. Good luck with it.