I write about some pretty graphic stuff. Graphic language, graphic violence, the whole nine yards; no holes barred. I'm just wondering if there are any places where I can market to people that like this sort of thing that aren't offended by gratuitous violence or language or any of the like, because I really have no idea where I can and I feel like a lot of people would not appreciate my work, which is understandable.

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Marketing tends to be more about the subject / theme such as thriller, horror, military and so on.  If you are graphic you should list that in the description.

Yes I'm thinking of marketing myself as someone that isn't afraid to say anything. I also market myself as a writer of "satirical, psychological realism" because that was the best way I could technically define it lol

I think you mean "no HOLDS barred." "No holes barred" sounds kinda sexual. :-P

hahahahahaha thank you for that. I'll correct it if I can lol

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