Arguably, the issue of moral ambiguity is a guiding hand for much of my fiction these days — and I’m not the only one.
The re-imagining of our own world/universe or even the imagining of a secondary world/universe is something that makes us tick as humans.
Hemingway is said to have articulated that the first draft of anything is shit.
In fact, the first serialized novels, by people like Dickens, were binge read. With the advent of cheap(ish) e-readers, readers were thought to be the next big thing when it came to binge-worthy consumption.
Serialized fiction has a long, and, if we’re completely honest, a romantic history that attracts a lot of newbie writers to the writing format.