Recently I was told that issues in my book, Dreamer, might cause some to squirm. It was written for an adult audience. However, it does not contain truly explicit scenes or rough language. It is a fantasy story. Characters enter into very adult situations.
I suppose that it deserves a warning lable…it is not a PG rated book as is my serial here “To Reach You.” I like to keep my blog more appealing to a general audience. I reference this book in my blog but I don’t link to a place where you can read it.
What makes something adult fantasy? To me that means it’s something for a mature audience. And that’s a concept that a parent decides —if the reader is under 18 years of age.
Always a good plan to warn as if kids pay any attention. Fine post, Patrick.
Thank you. I wouldn’t want someone to buy the book for a child!