Question #3: What genre does your book fall under?
Also, I think Women's Fiction would apply. Christian Lit is pushing it (as I don't believe in fading to black), but the story does have Biblical elements. It's slightly Suspense too.
This is a departure from the Chick Litty feel of my first novel, Three Daves. What can I say? I don't write from a marketing perspective---I write the story I want to tell and that's not going to line up neatly into a consistent genre. But as I said in the press release: What hasn’t changed is the realistic base of the storytelling. The type of paranormal stories I enjoy most are those in which the main character’s struggles are decidedly human. I like to think about how real people would react to unexpected elements suddenly being thrust into their lives, and that’s what I explored in DIVINE TEMPTATION.
Jennifer Lane is also posting her answers to TNBT questions every week.
So how about you---are you consistent in the genre you choose to write in?
How about the genre you read in? If you like Romance, Omnific Publishing has just put a whole bunch o' titles on sale.