Christian fiction is easily one of the fastest growing genres in the African American fiction arena. As publishing options becomes more accessible, more writers than ever before are breaking the mold and stepping out with bold and creative Christian fiction. But, in a marketplace where erotica dominates book sales, can Christian survive? In today’s Sunday Brunch edition of the open thread series, we ask you to leave a comment and answer some of the following questions:
Is there an audience for Christian fiction outside of those who write it?
Is there a stigma associated with writing or reading Christian fiction?
What do you think it will take to get the attention of practicing Christians who might like to read, but don’t think that reading Christian fiction is for them?
Leave a comment and let’s get this discussion going!