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genres

  1. M

    Choosing a Genre

    Removed by OP.
  2. D

    Cross genres

    Does anyone have an idea on how to cross genres in a story?
  3. JStoudt

    Defining Your Book's Genre

    Hi everyone, So as the title suggests, I'm having trouble finding the right bin to put my recently finished manuscript in. I'm trying to find beta readers but I don't exactly know how to define my book in a simple word or too. That's not to say I don't know my target audience, but to me it...
  4. D

    Combining genres?

    The story I'm writing is mainly fantasy and paranormal. When I say fantasy, I don't mean J.R.R Tolkien style. What I mean is my story has magic but it's more...modern. If you get what I mean. It's different from Harry Potter magic as well. A lot different. And paranormal is just paranormal. But...
  5. J

    Brand new to this list!

    :read: I'm looking forward to reading many fine works here! I love this stuff! I don't think I write in one genre and I appreciate many genres including and not limited to Michael Crichton, John Saul and Kate Wilhelm. My first novel was published in July 2008 and was a fantasy called, "Dawn of...
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