Genres are a fascinating part of the writing profession. They mean nothing and everything; they are both limiting and freeing; they are arbiters and arbitrary in near equal measures.
I began my career as a traditional author. As such, genres were the purview of publishers and booksellers. I wrote the book and then they told me what genre it was in. That didn't mean I didn't know what genre my books were in; it just meant I didn't care if they decided it was something different. It was their job to sell those books . . .
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