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Written works intended to give facts, or true accounts of real things and events. Often used attributively.
Contemporary fiction is fiction set in the present time it was written.
Fantasy is a genre that uses magic and other supernatural forms as a primary element of plot, theme, and/or setting. Many works within the genre take place on fictional planes or planets where magic is common.
Paranormal is a sub-genre that uses the more prevalent themes involving vampires, shapeshifters, ghosts, or time travel, it can also include books featuring characters with psychic abilities, like telekinesis or telepathy.
The romance genre can be categorized in several ways listed below:
Contemporary Series Romance
Series romance novels that focus primarily on the romantic relationship and typically set after 1945.
Romance novels set in any time period prior to 1945, and taking place in any location.
Romance novels in which religious or spiritual beliefs (in the context of any religion or spiritual belief system) are a major part of the romantic relationship.
Romance novels in which the future, a fantasy world, or paranormal happenings are an integral part of the plot.
Romance novels in which the majority of the story is set against the Regency period of the
Romance novels in which suspense, mystery, or thriller elements constitute an integral part of the plot.
Young Adult Romance
Novels with a strong romantic theme geared toward young adult readers.
Erotic romance, sometimes called romantica, is a blend of romance and erotica. Erotic romance novels are characterized by strong sexual content, but can contain elements of any of the other romance subgenres.
Science fiction is a genre of fiction dealing with the impact of imagined innovations in science or technology, often in a futuristic setting. It differs from fantasy in that, within the context of the story, its imaginary elements are largely possible within scientifically established or scientifically postulated laws of nature (though some elements in a story might still be pure imaginative speculation).
A piece of fiction that is extremely small in duration and concise. Other names for flash fiction include sudden fiction, microfiction, micro-story, postcard fiction, prosetry and short short story.
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The website encourages people to Read, Register, and then Release their books "into the wild" and then track where they go and the lives they touch. Great concept... share your books and follow their progress forever. Best of all, it's FREE.
I sent several books into the wild myself but haven't gotten the opportunity to track its progress. The site is free to register and you can make a lot of new friends, in your area or around the world, that share the same interests of reading.
One funny story I have is a day when I was sending one of my books into the wild. I left it on a bench in the subway and someone thought I had accidentally left it there. I smiled and thanked them for their kind gesture but as soon as they went into a train car, I left the book on the bench again. On the site, I left a message as to where I was going to leave the book so if someone wanted to go looking for it, it had to be in the exact spot. Of course, you can't stop someone else from getting it but that's part of the fun.
When you leave your book, you write a little message provided by Book Crossing so you can track it and it allows the finder a little insight as to the entire process.
Help spread the word by forwarding this to your friends, and of course be sure to visit. They currently have 661,860 members and 4,684,737 books registered. Join the fun and get a free membership.