The Heartwood Box: A Fairy Tale
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To Catch A Warrior. I like the novel very much and wonder how you can resist the temptation to get more glory from and for it! There is nothing simple, mentally speaking, about writing under a pseudonym, and I have no doubt this issue alone will end up making my psychiatrist a lot of money over the next few years. I initially chose to use a pseudonym because I have a YA novel that I spent years writing and I have been trying to get published. Next thing I knew, I had an almost finished novel that I could publish myself, in a genre where that is not a disadvantage.
It just made sense to publish it. But erotica is a tricky genre. As I got closer to publishing, I talked to my husband and teenaged son about it. My whole family has been extremely supportive of my writing, and I felt like I owed it to them to take their views into account. We all agreed about the benefits of publishing under a pseudonym. And all of this was before Fifty Shades of Grey. The bottom line is that nothing will ever be the same with the genre. Do you have any insights or observations on the basis of having read pretty widely in the field of contemporary American erotic fiction?
I have no problem at all talking about Fifty Shades of Grey —I only wish that someone close to me had read the damn book. I find the punditry a lot more painful and stupefying than the book itself.