I thought of something important last night after my hubby and I couldn’t remember if we’d seen a certain movie or not. It wasn’t a good movie at all, and that’s why we couldn’t remember if we saw it or not until about five minutes in, when we turned it off in disgust.
Which made me think of longevity for authors, and, as equally important–memorability. What makes an author’s career last and what makes their work memorable–in a good way? This goes for all artists, not just authors. This goes for musicians, sculpters, painters, actors, etc. What makes them stand out and what makes people recognize them or their brand?
Of course my focus is on authors, since I’m a writer. What makes you remember a certain book and love it! What makes you remember it years down the road and still appreciate it? Please share in the comments.
Notice: I will continue to conduct interviews and giveaways as I see fit, but I will NO LONGER review books on any level. This blog started as a writing blog only, and now the requests for reviews has it leaning towards a review blog and that was never my intent. So, to keep it as my own personal writing blog, there will be no more book reviews. Thank you. I’m Tyhitia Green and I approve this message.