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People say women are reading a book, men are reading a newspaper. And, yes, I know I'm making another big generalization (what should I say, I'm on a list) by proposing that women reads only women's literature. While there are many who are reading the other above categories such as biographies, stories, travelogues, etc., women's literature is characterised by the fact that most of its readership is women.
I' m into criminality, and although some writers have gone beyond these two categories (Nora Roberts has done quite well with The Witness), in general they respect each other. Launched in May 2003, it quickly developed into the first full-fledged website for women's literature. The book contains a vast chick-lit data base, book review and writer interview and also explains how the subgenre is divided into subgenres like "Mom-Lit", "Glamour-Lit" and "Single-City-Girl-Lit".
Writer Lisa Craig informs us that there is a significant distinction between "Women's Fiction" and "Romance" - she proposes that they are two very different and distinct styles. We are told that women's literature can be either commercially or literarily, can have a modern, contemporaneous or intergenerational environment, and that the female is the stars of the saga and her changes and emotions are the theme.
Through' How-To-write-a-Novel' we learn that Women's Fiction is a 24 billion US Dollars business. Micki Nuding of Harper Collins speaks about which tales are'trendy', but warned that by their very nature tendencies have a murmur. It also speaks about the importance of women's fiction alongside all other fiction categories.
If you look at this man's perspective on this particular gender (shur, what would he know about these kinds of things?), author and teacher Harry Bingham is deserving of being heard. He advises, like the need to have privacy and humor and that it's okay to be'girly', indicating that he has a good pearl on what makes a good chick-lit novel.
The author Nicki Craig on the difference between'Women's Fiction' and'Romance'. This is the profitable market for women's literature. How to Writ a Novel website with advices on Women's Fiction, which includes how to get a stake in this $24 billion industry. The journey of a novelist. He' worked as a story line author for RTE's'Fair City'. He is the author of a series of shorts in "Who in the Biscuits" by The Naas Harbour Writers.