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Choosing a Genre (1 Viewer)

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Terry D

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My advice would be to just roll with the story and not worry about genre until later. It's going be somewhere within the broad classification of 'humor', and that should be enough for marketing purposes. I doubt if Mark Twain put much thought into genre when he wrote A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, and that one is quite the mish-mash, but that hasn't hurt the book in the last 130 years.
 
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