Different Types of Genres
Adventure : Excitement/sense of danger
Angst : Dark Theme/Violence/Pain/Death
BDSM: is a variety of often erotic practices or roleplaying involving bondage, discipline, dominance and submission, sadomasochism, and other related interpersonal dynamics.
Contemporary : social and cultural contexts
Comedy : Funny/Humorous/Inducing Laughter
Drama : Performance-oriented
Epic : A lengthy narrative poem about extraordinary humans and gods.
Erotic : Passionate/Romantic/Sexual Fantasies/Taboo Subjects
Fan-Fiction: Established characters/intellectual properties from original creators.
Fantasy : fictional universe/myth/folklore
Historical Romance: Plot takes place in a setting located in the past mainly written in the romance genre.
Horror : frighten / scare / disgust / startle
Lyric : Poetry expressing emotions and is written in the first person.
Mythology : Legends/Historical events/Gods/Myths
Mystery/Crime : detective story/murder mystery/police novel/crime
Romance : Romance/Love/happy-ending
Sci-Fi : Science Fiction
Self-Help : solving personal problems
Sports : sport backdrop/sporting events/athlete
Supernatural : Paranormal / witches / vampires / ghosts / werewolves / shape shifters / demons / angels
Thriller/Suspense : mental uncertainty/anxiety/undecided/ doubtful/Adrenaline/Cliffhanger/Conflict
Tragedy : Suffering/Sad Ending
Tragicomedy: A sad story that contains comic moments.
Young Adult Fiction : Teen Fictions/for 12-18 years readers
M/M : Male/Male: Suggest that the story has a story about a male couple
F/F : Female/Female: Suggest that the story has a story about a female couple
M/F/M : Male/Female/Male: Suggest that the story has a story about a polyandrous relationship
F/M/F : Female/Male/Female: Suggest that the story has a story about a polygynous relationship
Compilation by : Koeli_Appy, iridescence., MsChandlerBong