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  1. Myr

    Without Remorse by Tom Clancy

    I have mentioned before that I enjoy Tom Clancy's epic length novels. He had three intertwining series all set in the same world. This is another thing I like. Having a created world where you can do different series of books and the characters bump into each other. Without Remorse is where we meet the major recurring character of John Clark. This is a good solid book that is a pageturner. It's been entirely too long since I've last read it, so it is back into the queue for the next time I'm devouring books. If you like political and military stuff, or Tom Clancy's stuff in general, this is a good book to read.
  2. So this is a thread for my short story [ errorlog.txt ] So feel free to leave remarks, thoughts, opinions, and discuss possibilities here. You can view my story in the link below: Enjoy your stay!
  3. I just published my first book The Reflection of Innocence Being a first time author, I found it to be trick to write, because of the sexuality of the character. I patterned many aspects of the main character against myself, and I am a gay man that never came to terms with my sexuality till my late 30's. So his sexuality was hidden away (except for a few passing references in the book), but here is my question. Since my book if I had to classify it is a Fiction-Thriller-Military genre (with some paranormal elements) it's appeal is mostly going to be straight men/women I imagined. My feeling was to try endear the readers to the character and essentially gloss over his sexuality (since his sexuality really isn't a major factor of the story anyway), and hope they can connect with the person, rather than just this facet of who he his. Later on when the character comes to terms with who he is as a person, and he finally accepts his sexuality (and being an alcolholic), I had hoped that the readers would feel close enough to the character so it really doesn't sway them. Again I base this on my own life where I was scared to death to do the 'big reveal' to family/friends, and when I did most just shrugged their shoulders,and said we like you for who you are, and your sexuality doesn't change that. . So I am hoping by trying to create that closeness with the characters with words, the readers feel the same way. Was just curious how others have dealt with writing books for markets geared for meat & potatoes middle America crowd, and showing that G&L go through the same struggles as they do? Thanks John

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