Wednesday, September 7, 2022

Worst Genre #IWSG

Shout-out to Alex and the awesome co-hosts for today: Kim Lajevardi, Cathrina Constantine, Natalie Aguirre, Olga Godim, Michelle Wallace, and Louise - Fundy Blue!

Sept 7 question -

What genre would be the worst one for you to tackle and why?

Answer: Historical fiction. I'm too nit-picky. 
So feel free to laugh at the fact that I have a King-Arthur-inspired story on my eventual planned books. 

I fell behind the last two weeks. Horribly fell behind. I've cut myself as thin as I possibly can, the slices are transparent by now. I hope to be back ahead by later today. Or somewhat even.  

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  1. A lot of people picked historical fiction too. Hope you catch up soon. It's hard being behind.

  2. I tried my hand at a few historical things. It often leads down a path of a lot of research, and I get so bogged down because yeah, it's gotta be accurate, right? Hope your life calms down!

  3. I never wanted to write historical fiction. You need to do tons of research to get the details right, and I'm not overfond of research. I much prefer speculative fiction. In fantasy or sci-fi, I can invent those detail, and nobody could accuse me of making a mistake. My world, my rules.

  4. Haha, I understand why you'd choose that. I am open to reading it. But god knows I'll never write them :D


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