I would love to know your definition of Womens Fiction. I have very specific tastes in book/author preferences - not romance, not paranomal, not horror. I love Barbara Kingsolver, Loving Frank, The Accidential Tourist, The Help -- books in which relationships and characters take center stage. Is that your definition or is the "genre" all over the place?
Hey Laura!Sorry that I am just coming across this comment months later! Yes - when I talk about Women's Fiction, I am talking NOT just about books that women read, or books with women characters, but SPECIFICALLY about novels where the woman is not only the main character, but her relationships and feelings are the center of the story. In my upcoming book (now due out in the spring of 2012, because I'm still working on it!) I'll devote a LOT of time to this discussion!
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