Genre fiction has always been a complex mixture of themes and elements. The increasing popularity of agenre blends, a or fiction that straddles the traditional labels, means greater pleasure for readers but a greater challenge for readersa advisory. In this informative and entertaining book McArdle gets library staff up to speed on these engaging titles, showing how such crossover fiction appeals to fanbases of multiple genres. Complete with booklists, summaries, read-alikes, and thorough indexes, this guide Covers suspense, fantasy, historical fiction, horror, mystery, romance, and science fiction, as well as non-genre titles that donat neatly fit into any categoriesOffers guidance for shelving, displaying, and marketing genre blendsShows how to make the most of online discovery tools in cataloging these titlesIncludes aBlend MVPs, a a section spotlighting several popular authors who regularly move between genres, and a useful bibliography of additional resources Providing a unique look at how common genres are often combined, this guide will open up new worlds of fiction to readersa advisors and those whom they serve.Although lots of blends could makefor good fodder for a group, many book clubs focus on titles that are not explicitly genre ... Publishers make decisions about how they are going to market a book, and these decisions often trickle down to howanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Readers' Advisory Guide to Genre Blends|
|Author||:||Megan M. McArdle|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2014-09-24|