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I think like you in that I don't consider myself in competition with any other author. There are tons of us writing in the same genre, some better than others, some more graphic than others, some more humorous than others, and some for entertaining than others. Each writer's voice is different, and I really dislike those writers I meet that say their books are like so-and-so bestselling author. My fiction is not like anyone else's even though it might be crime fiction like many others.
Also, I think the "timing" of your writing and how many projects you can put out there is different for fiction writers and non-fiction writers. For example, if you wrote a non-fiction book about losing weight, you could easily publish a companion cook book, a companion eating journal, a companion some of type journal, etc. all within a one-year span. For a fiction example, I would use the same analogy with novellas. They have made a comeback in eBook format, and some authors are able to publish anywhere from six to ten novellas in a twelve-to-fourteen month period of time. As soon as I publish my second novel (now pushed back to September due to some other editing I want to do), I am going to try my hand a a series of novellas based upon the seven deadly sins. I'll publish each one in eBook format only at a very low price, and then I will publish all seven in a print book for a normal price. I'm going to try it so I don't get bored with what I'm doing. I usually write a complete novel during the month of November - that's why I already have five completed unpublished novels...well, that'll be down to three unpublished ones after September! LOL
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