Okay, so I write dystopian novels. I love the genre. I love reading all the different kinds of dystopian out there. From robots to near-apocalypse, from viruses to factions, from brainwashing to technology meltdowns.
I love it all. And every time I hear of a new dystopian novel coming out, I get excited. I want to devour them all.
Now that's not to say that I don't read and love other genres too. I'm quite a fan of fantasy and I'm falling more and more in love with contemporary with each novel I read.
I've heard lately, though, that dystopian is becoming like vampires. Overwritten. Oversaturated.
And it makes me sad, and I wonder if it's true. As a mega-fan of the genre who will continue to read (and write) dystopian novels, I'm wondering how you feel.
Lover? Hater? Read-enough-er? Still hungry for more?
Things to remember:
1. The SURRENDER ARC giveaway ends tomorrow night! All details are here, in case you missed it.
2. REGRET--my short story featuring a character you've seen in POSSESSION and that you'll see again in SURRENDER--releases tomorrow! TOMORROW. Please consider buying it, especially if you're a fan of the bad boy, Jag Barque... It's available on Kindle, Nook, iTunes, and several other e-reader formats.