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  • Action-Adventure


    Action-adventure fiction, features physical action often around a mission usually involving killing and robbing. Many times set in forbidding locales such as jungles, deserts, or mountains.
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  • Crime


    Crime fiction stories, centered on criminal enterprise, are told from the point of view of the perpetrators. They range in tone from lighthearted "caper" stories to darker plots involving organized crime or incarcerated convicts.
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    Sun Aug 12, 2012 5:35 am
    MoonNinja Gang soap
  • Detective


    Detective fiction has become almost synonymous with mystery. These stories relate the solving of a crime, usually one or more murders, by a protagonist who may or may not be a professional investigator. This large, popular genre has many subgenres, reflecting differences in tone, character, and it always contains criminal and detective settings.
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    Sun May 13, 2012 9:58 pm
    Lucyheartfillia The Lucky Ones
  • Fantasy


    Fantasy is a genre in which novels are placed in a world of either complete fiction or a contemporary setting where several aspects of fantasy elements are included.
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    Sun Nov 25, 2012 2:24 am
    NikolMoe Red
  • Horror


    Horror fiction is a genre of literature, which is intended to, or has the capacity to frighten its readers, inducing feelings of horror and terror.
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    Thu Aug 30, 2012 2:14 am
    Hatshepsut The Greatest Show Unearthed
  • Mystery


    Mystery fiction, technically involving stories in which characters try to discover a vital piece of information which is kept hidden until the climax, is now considered by many people almost a synonym for detective fiction. The standard novel stocked in the mystery section of bookstores is a whodunit. A few other types of mystery novels are Cozy Mysteries (where a group of people who are very unlikely to be mixed up in a crime become involved - these are usually not gorey) or Hard-Boiled Mysteries (where the detective/private eye etc. are very tough and unsentimental).
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    Fri Aug 10, 2012 1:55 pm
    tori109 You'd Never Guess
  • Romance


    Romance is currently the largest and best-selling fiction genre in North America. It has produced a wide array of subgenres, the majority of which feature the mutual attraction and love of a man and a woman as the main plot, and have a happy ending. This genre, much like fantasy fiction, is broad enough in definition that it is easily and commonly seen combined with other genres, such as comedy, fantasy fiction, realistic fiction, or action-adventure.
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    Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:10 pm
    Selena112 The Gerbil
  • Science Fiction


    Science fiction is defined more by setting details than by other story elements. Science fiction by definition includes extrapolated or theoretical future science and technology as a major component, and is often set on other planets, in outer space, or on a future version of Earth. Within these setting details, however, the conventions of almost any other genre may be used, including comedy, action-adventure and mystery. A sub-genre of science fiction is alternate history where, for some specific reason, the history of the novel deviates from the history of our world. Both alternate history and science fiction are often referred to alongside fantasy fiction, magical realism and some horror fiction under the umbrella term speculative fiction.
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  • Western


    Western fiction is defined primarily by being set in the American West in the second half of the 19th century, and secondarily by featuring heroes who are rugged, individualistic horsemen (cowboys). Other genres, such as romance, have subgenres that make use of the Western setting.
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    Thu Apr 11, 2013 2:25 pm
    IcyBlueButterfly Anyone?
  • Fanfiction


    Fan fiction is a broadly-defined term for fan labor regarding stories about characters or settings written by fans of the original work, rather than by the original creator
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  • Inspirational


    Inspirational fiction is a term that refers to fictional works with religious themes and aimed at a Christian audience.
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    Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:09 am
    Queen Lily ANGELS AND DEMONS
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  • Graveyard Tales


    Come sit by the fire and spin your tales of the supernatural. From gruesome murders still unsolved to wails in the night made to fright, anything is welcome here.
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    Wed Oct 24, 2012 4:22 pm
    MoonNinja Supernatural Twists
  • Winter Wonderland


    Decorate your Christmas tree, spin those dreidels and dust off your kinaras: it's time a December celebration!
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