If you write so that one day you can make the big bucks and get movie deals, then I guess that’s alright. But if you’re going to follow and base your story on the current book trend, don’t bother. Like in fashion, the latest trend in books can change into something new. Vampire stories can remain popular only for so long. It’s best to ignore the trends and write what you want to write.
“The Giver” by Lois Lowry explores the freedom of choice or lack of it. As well as the loss of individuality and differences for conformity. JK Rowling explores the faith and magic of love, loyalty, family and friendship in her Harry Potter series. And how good can triumph evil as long we stand together and fight.
I wrote “Can You Catch My Flow?” because I wanted to chronologize my current poetry. It then evolved into a memoir. My book blogs “Nadia, the Hidden Fire Witch” and “Harbingers of El Tinor” focuses on the themes of choosing your own path. And making your own destiny. The message I’m trying to convey is how our futures are the sum of our past and present choices. So why have our future/destiny shaped by anyone but ourselves?
Food for thought: What is your reason for writing? What underlying message are you trying to say in your story?
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