Genre Hopping

9 thoughts on “Genre Hopping”

  1. Wow. I’m honored that you chose to write about my blog post, Sam. You had some great insights there, and I especially like what you said about genre-mixing. No reason we can’t have urban fantasy/romance, or literary fiction/science fiction (Cloud Atlas, anyone?). I love your voice, and look forward to reading more of your work. Great post!

    1. Thanks, Nic. I never do something like that, so you know I must have been inspired. I would be interested in reading some of your urban fantasy work. I don’t generally write it myself, but I like your voice on your blog. So hook me up. Enjoy the blog, and thanks for following!

  2. Sophie Kinsella is my guilty pleasure. In general, I love British Chick Lit (but not American) and I am delighted by children’s fiction, which I find very hard to write. Of course, fiction in general is outside the scope of what I write these days.
    As Karen Swallow Prior would say: read promiscuously.
    I quite agree.

    1. Oh, I tried not to like Sophie Kinsella but I couldn’t help myself. Read promiscuously. I like that line. I think it definitely describes my reading habits to a T. 🙂

      1. Have you read Booked, by Karen Swallow Prior? You would get along well with her, I think 🙂

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