Political Correctness in Fiction

Does political correctness belong in fiction? After receiving an unfair review for The Religion of the Heart, accusing the book of political correctness, I have a few words to say about that. And incidentally, I have my suspicions that whoever left the review did not read the book but merely made assumptions, essentially judging the book by its cover.

If that’s the case, maybe the book needs a new cover! Hmm…

D.M. Miller is the author of the interfaith “Heart” series as well as the poetry collection, Dandelion Fuzz and memoir, Half-Jew: Searching for Identity. The product of an interfaith marriage herself, Miller’s work explores the difficult themes of religion, politics, ethnicity, culture, family, ancestry and love. See her books on Amazon.


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