I’d like to ask a very silly question of you guys. What do I write? I have a hard time putting a genre on it, and would like your opinion. What would you call my stuff, and what do you like about it?
(I’m working on my blurbs for conventions and would like to do a better job of introducing my work–and I’d love the reader perspective.)
Thanks in advance for your input. I appreciate!
Tara Day says
I’d always thought it was futuristic noir. Or perhaps just futuristic. For me, that has always incorporated a science-fiction feel with a bit of dystopia and fantasy.
Matthew W. Quinn says
Posted some of this earlier on Facebook, but it never hurts to double-up.
I’d called the Mindspace novels science fiction, since the telepathy has a physical as opposed to supernatural basis and there’s other high-tech/SF content like the Tech Wars, brain implants, etc.
About what I like about your work, it’s well-written, very readable, and the science is interesting.
Bob Fletcher says
I categorize my books on my Kindle into categories like Mystery, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Urban Fantasy, Westerns, etc. I put your books into my Sci-Fi folder.
Urban-Futuristic-Scientific-Fantasy-Noir and I look forward to the first UFSFN-Con. 🙂
Mat Hudson says
Sci-Fi Noir. I enjoy the 40s noir feel in your futuristic dystopia.
Thank you, all! This is very helpful. You guys rock 🙂
David Nind says
Definitely science fiction. Awesome. A great read, of the I can’t put it down till I’ve finished type.
Thank you 🙂 – I’m honored.
Urban Sci-Fi. You could add noir.
For simple classification, I’d say Sci Fi.
Thanks, Ashley and Laurel for weighing in as well. I appreciate!
science-fiction in my opinion
Thank you for weighing in 🙂