genre

Literature and Fiction

Writerly Rant #73 Lota (blogger of Flying Over a Forest) has been writing for long time. Mostly for friends and herself. She doesn’t write to make social statements. She often contemplates on problems she sees and includes the parallaxes she… Read More ›

The Genre Fountain

Writerly Rant #70 By Robert Jackson Bennett, Author. Originally posted on Robert Jackson Bennett – Blog  (August 21st, 2014/Old Site) All right, so this is something that’s been on my mind for a while. Actually, that’s not true. This is… Read More ›

Editing Tip #63

Don’t Underestimate Your Readers ~ I could have been snippy with the sub-title on this tip but I didn’t think it would be taken as the tongue-in-cheek moment it was meant to be… showing an understanding of my general readership…. Read More ›

Flexing Your Mold

My research and study of genre has led me to the understanding that it is terribly difficult to “break the mold”… Agents don’t know what to make of you, Publishers are afraid of you. Readers might be willing to take… Read More ›

BookBub Insight

Publicity Tip #26 When do you pay for marketing as opposed to riding the coat-tales of free publicity? The free publicity options available to authors sound like the best way to go to spread word about your new book.  However,… Read More ›