My Audience

I’ve been trying to define the reader who will enjoy reading my ebooks. I came up with the following answer:

First, you must be female.  (I don’t know  why that is so, I only know that it is.)

So, with that in mind let me fill in the rest of the blanks:

If you crave a puzzling whodunit . . .

If you like being unable to identify a clever killer until nearly the end of the book . . .

If you demand an appealing heroine who wants to take action but isn’t quite sure how to do so . . .

If you enjoy reading about people in a rural setting . . .

If you appreciate a wildly Romantic view of life . . .

And if you get off on a darn-good, thrilling story . . .

Then . . . you’ll like my ebooks.


4 Replies to “My Audience”

    1. Hi, and thank you for the compliment. And right back at you! We live in interesting times as writers today. It is fun to take a pen into our hands and chart our own destiny–or at least try for it. Hope we both have grand success!

  1. Superb post however I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject?

    I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit further. Thanks!

    1. Antje, thank you for your interest. I believe my writing appeals to a wide spectrum of readers, but mostly to women. That’s because although I love penning mysteries and my writing also contains a good bit of suspense, I simply cannot leave out the romantic aspect to life. And we gals, I believe far more than men, are partial to romance.
      PS. I like your name. My mother’s family contains a number of women with that first name, so it makes me smile to write this response to your comment.

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