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Do you think it's harder for a writer that writes Christian non-fiction verses others genres to promote and sell their books?

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No I don't see why it would. I would say authors of fiction genres such as erotica and gay fiction have it harder than anyone when it comes to promote. I don't know much about Christian non-fiction, but the Christian Fiction authors I know of seem to do pretty well with promotion so I haven't seen any differences. I'd think of all the religions, writing a book about Christians would be more accepted than an athiest writing about atheism or someone writing about being a muslim to some people.

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