After reading commercial fiction enough, we feel the publisher’s fingers in our pockets. We feel less like readers seeking out good literature and more like suckers targeted for corporate profit. This is not who we are. We are people of substance who need to connect and commit. In New Q fiction we can find true communion and experience characters closer than we know in real life.
A New Season
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