I wonder how many authors enjoy writing as their opposite gender. In my own writing experience I wrote as a male, Teddy Jamison, in Welcome to Hell, because for a long time I had made up stories in my mind about a man who is sent to Hell on a technicality. The idea of going to Hell because you accidentally broke some type of man-made religious rule was intriguing. Anne Rice’s Lestat, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter, and Alexander McCall Smith’s lady detective, Precious Ramotswe, have all been written in the opposing gender of their authors. What do you think about this literary gender-switch?