Today should be question of the week, but I haven't had any questions, and frankly I'm not feeling creative enough to think up one of my own. So, I thought we could have a weekend discussion instead. Here is the topic:
In recent years, adult religious fiction, specifically Christian fiction, has been a growing trend in main-stream bookstores like Borders and Barnes & Noble with more sales floor square footage being devoted to this genre. On the other hand Children's religious fiction has not been participating in this trend. At the most religion generally gets a single bookshelf, with almost all of those books being non-fiction or biblical retellings. Why do you think this is?
Discuss this on the Buried in the Slushpile forum at http://buriedintheslushpile.ning.com/forum/topics/lack-of-childrens-religious.