Identifying Your Genre

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  • Owen King on "The Curator"

    From New York Times bestselling author Owen King comes a Dickensian fantasy of illusion and charm where cats are revered as religious figures, thieves are noble, scholars...
    Owen King
    • Owen King
  • The Key Elements That Make a Mystery Series Engaging

    Each genre of fiction writing has its own elements and techniques that readers have come to expect. The mystery/thriller genre is no different. It's important to include...
    Troy Lambert
    • Troy Lambert
  • Tips for Researching and Writing Historical Fiction

    Historical fiction involves an intricate blend of fact and imagination. The amount of real history and fictional invention can vary, but there are usually fictional...
    Author Learning Center
    • Author Learning Center
  • The Evolution and Elements of Science Fiction Stories

    Science fiction is one of the broadest fiction genres in terms of themes, and attracts a wide range of readers and loyal fans. Science fiction stories often explore...
    Author Learning Center
    • Author Learning Center
  • How to Write Believable and Entrancing Fantasy Stories

    Fantasy stories can take place in real or imaginary places and can be characterized as "low fantasy" or "high fantasy". Low fantasy stories are set in the real world...
    Author Learning Center
    • Author Learning Center