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Thread: Profanity

  1. #1
    John Washington
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    Profanity

    OK, does profanity during dialogue of a fiction novel make it harder or easier to have an agent sign onto, publisher accept, and or to sell off the bookstore shelf?

    Any and all thoughts! Thanks already to “Kulabreed”



  2. #2
    leslee
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    Re: Profanity

    I guess you posted this in every forum. One's enough.

  3. #3
    Rogue Mutt
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    Re: Profanity

    Calling it a "fiction novel" sure ain't going to help you.

  4. #4
    leslee
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    Re: Profanity

    Ha! Rogue, I didn't even notice that. You're so right.

  5. #5
    nom de plume
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    Re: Profanity

    "does profanity during dialogue of a fiction novel make it harder or easier to have an agent sign onto, publisher accept, and or to sell off the bookstore shelf?"

    Fvck No!

  6. #6
    stevenlabri ô¿ô
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    Re: Profanity


    Neither unless you are selling to the Christian market.

  7. #7
    Kitty Foyle
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    Re: Profanity

    Here's a recent profanity thread that might help you.

    <http://www.writers.net/forum/read.php?f=12&i=83305&t=83081>

    *_*

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