Sunday, February 05, 2006
Finding A Niche
Thanks to The Weirdgirl, I might have found my creative niche in writing. It is a subject that is probably underserved and with a built in fanbase that could only expand with time and is ripe for exploitation. What genre you ask; lesbian erotic sci-fi.
I cannot believe that I have never heard of this before. It should be one of the most popular forms of fiction out there. Just think of the diverse fan base this genre should hold.
1) The Gay and Lesbian Alliance - It is a no-brainer for this group to promote this genre. It practically screams the cry for mainstreaming their views of diversifacation in the future.
2) Straight Men - There is nothing more straight to a man than watching lesbian porn. Why not expand it to include lesbian erotica?
3) Geeks - They are already hooked on sci-fi and dirty mags under their mattresses. They should love it.
4) Sexually Curious Women - There are more of these individuals than meets the eye. God bless them all. ( Maybe that is just the straight man in me doing some wishful thinking.)
Now that I have found a niche, all I need are a few ideas and a few good working titles. How about, 'Space Dykes from Delta 69', 'Licked in Space', 'Making My Way Through The Milky Way', and 'The Black Hole Conquered.'? With titles like these 'The Sci-Fi Channel' should be flooding me with requests to have them turned into Sci-Fi original movies.