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How to Find Your Story’s Genre

 

This makes it confusing when you’re looking to publish your novel or short story and needing to define the genre to the world. How are you supposed to pick if you’ve written a sci-fi-fantasy-historical-murder-mystery extravaganza?

 

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Here I’ve compiled a list of genres to get you started in defining where your story falls.

 

  • Classic – these are the books we read in school: The Great Gatsby, War and Peace, The Grapes of Wrath, Emma, The Lord of the Flies, The Man and the Sea, Huckleberry Finn, etc.

 

  • Crime/detective – Agatha Christie and other novels depicting crimes, criminals caught, and the process of uncovering who done it

 

  • Fairy tale – do I need to define this? Beauty and the Beast, Hans Christian Anderson, the Brothers Grimm…often much more gruesome than your typical Disney fare

 

  • Fan fiction – again, I doubt this needs a definition, but whether you’re obsessed with minor character relationships in Harry Potter, think the Hobbit should have ended differently, would rather see Katniss with Gale, or would like to put yourself in your favorite world, fan fiction is how you do that.

 

  • Fantasy – The Chronicles of Narnia, the Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, The Lies of Locke Lamora, etc. Talking animals, magic, and (in my favorite fantasy novels) talking animals, with kings and queens of fantastical lands.

 

  • Historical fiction – Phillipa Greggory is one of the best known historical fiction writers for her novels on women within the British monarchy. Whether you love Ancient Rome or the 1970’s writing a story in another time period or about a person who lived long ago is the essence of historical fiction.

 

  • Horror – Dread. Fear. Leaves you screaming and crying in your seat.

 

  • Humor – Humor can be found in every genre but is also its own genre for particularly hilarious stories.

 

  • Magical realism – Magic in the real world! The Night Circus, The House of the Spirits, Like Water for Chocolate, etc.

 

  • Mystery – Richard Galbraith’s (a.k.a. JK Rowling’s) Cormoran Strike novels, as well as the Sherlock Holmes stories, fit into this genre. A mystery is different than crime fiction in that mystery focuses on the solving of a crime and the uncovering of secrets in an unraveling way.

 

  • Mythology – Zeus and Hera, Hades and Persephone, Thor and Loki, Egyptian gods. Rick Riordan is the most prolific author of mythological stories that incorporate real world elements.

 

  • Realistic fiction – Stories taking place in the real world, with real people, in real places, with realistic events.

 

  • Science fiction – Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, George Orwell, Orson Scott Card. Different planets, new technology, alien life forms, universe exploration all find a home here.

 

  • Short story – a short, concise story with no subplots

 

  • Suspense/thriller – Something scary or frightening is about to happen. The main characters attempt to prevent the thing from happening. Gone Girl, the DaVinci Code, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, etc.

 

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