I dropped the bottle of scotch trhee times---count 'em 1-2-3.
I have written for thirty years, omg, it's been thirty years! Without dropping a jug of Scotch. Now, my life is over. I am about to deliver a fictional novel that includes excerpts from the National Police Gazette.
My quandry is; James Ellroy has a working title called the 'Police Gazette'-- -I just learned this today.
Will this cause my publisher to reject the project---or will it be a blessing in disguise?
I'm sure the rest of the novel is, and will be totally separate from this theme.
What is your take? Is this a help or a hinderance?