Embracing the Women’s Fiction Genre Label writing women’s fiction, genre, chick lit, character-driven novels – by Orly Konig…

on Fiction University:

When I started writing, I didn’t have a clear idea of what I wanted to write. I read—and loved—almost every genre, so there wasn’t the pull in one direction or another.

However, once I put pen to paper (okay, fingers to keyboard but that doesn’t sound as romantic), I quickly realized I was naturally gravitating toward stories about everyday people dealing with everyday life issues.

My characters were struggling through secrets and betrayal, identity crises and heartbreak. They were pushed to their breaking point and then pulled themselves toward a more fulfilled future. I was writing women’s fiction.

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One thought on “Embracing the Women’s Fiction Genre Label writing women’s fiction, genre, chick lit, character-driven novels – by Orly Konig…

  1. Someone suggested recently that I might want to market some of my books as women’s fiction, I guess because of the character driven story. Sadly, I still think sci-fi is the better fit. Ah well, who needs to make sales? lol

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