Really? Is that what you're afraid people will say when you finish it and publish it? Is that causes you to abandon your project?
So what if they do.
As writers, it's up to us to take chances, to try things that might not work. To be honest. Courageous. If our stories don't resonate with the masses, what does that mean? Should you quit writing because you can't make a living at it yet? The world needs your voice, even if that world is only a handful of people who are changed by the words that you wrote.
I write my novels for less than half a dozen readers. If others enjoy them, that's a bonus. I take the feedback I receive from readers I trust, and try to make the next novel better. But I could care less if my story gets picked. That's like taking a safe government job, trading your soul for a promise of security and living the remainder of your days in mind-numbing suffrage.
You're worth more than that.
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