On our way back to the train station in Versailles, our group passed El Rancho. We all laughed at the thought of the French having a Tex-Mex bar and grill. I realized later that it isn't such a bad idea. In a market that is saturated with French cuisine (it is France after all), Tex-Mex would really stand out. Of course not everyone if going to be dying to eat at a Tex-Mex grill in France. However, the is a market for it: those who have moved and want a taste of home, those who want to try something new, those who really love tex-mex,...etc.
Yet I think that our initial reaction says something about many aspects of life. No matter how you decorate your house; write your book; drive your car; or wear your clothes you will always have some people who just don't get it. I think it is when you stop trying to please everyone and start trying to be true to yourself that you learn to be truly happy.
Is your book like a Tex-Mex restaurant in the middle of France?