If you’re here, chances are you’re a writer. If you’re a writer having a hard time coming up with fresh ideas, then chances are you’re boxed. Outside of the box are your best concepts, intriguing story solutions and eventually publication. Don’t believe us? Stick around; we’re here to prove you wrong and make you successful.
So who are we? We’re nonfiction writers and aspiring novelists. Though our WIP’s are women’s fiction, we love all genre fiction. Our definition of genre fiction includes mystery, romance, SFF, women’s fiction, children’s and YA, suspense, thrillers . . . in short, the stuff that sells.
We thought we’d inaugurate the blog with some convenient FAQ to answer the many questions now roiling your brain.
Why the focus on genre fiction?
Genre fiction accounts for 98% of the marketplace.
OK, we made that up, but it’s inarguably the biggest slice of the publishing pie. Most aspiring novelists squirm when they admit to liking and writing genre fiction, but we are loud and proud when we proclaim our love for all things commercial. It’s what interests us the most, and interests most of the reading public.
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