This has been a series of seven blogs exploring a variety of corners of fiction writing. I’ve looked at some of the genres that don’t always (or ever) get prominent billing in the book stores, plus some that are always centre stage. Each was seen through the lens of a different writer.
Elaine Hemingway: Out of Africa? The Midrashim
Sue Knight: A thoroughly modern genre – the eco-thriller
Joy Gelsthorpe: From old records to human stories
Shellie Horst: All things skiffy but drawing the line at Grimdark
Rhoda Baxter: When romance spells trouble
Danuta Reah: With Criminal Intent
Susan Alison: International best-sellerdom via anunconventional route