Before you write your short story or novel, choose a genre, so that you know that there’s an audience for your project. A genre is basically just a category. I’ve been asked about genres for romance, so here’s a graphic which will help.
Most of these sub-genres have sub-sub-genres, if that makes sense. Explore your local bookshop; it’s often easier when you see novels on the shelf, than it is to try to make sense of them on Amazon.
Amazon’s search feature is rubbish, so you’ll have better success searching Amazon using Google. Goodreads can be useful too.
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