Writing a Bible-based novel can be successful or risky. But if you use these simple guidelines you should be able to appeal to a large audience.
Should I Write a Series or a Single Book?
I have written single books and I’ve written books within a series. The answer really depends on you. Some people only want to write one or two books at the most. And that is fine.
For such people I would encourage them to think about multiple books, series or not.
Ever wonder what you should write about?
I published my first book in 2003. It was historical fiction based on the worldwide flood that took place in Noah’s day. While that book is no longer in print parts of the story made its way into Perished: The World That Was. That event started my writing career and I still write Historical Fiction. But over time I’ve also started writing Speculative Fiction and now I’m into a third genre, Mystery.
Today I am writing about two differences.
The first one is PACE. In the other genre’s pace quite often is demonstrated in some of these areas: Time, chapter length, and grammar usage. Mysteries are no different. The difference lies in the details.