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Listing multiple genres?

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Listing multiple genres?

Post Number:#1 by Julie Ditton
» 08 Jan 2017, 11:43

I have a suggestion. In my opinion, sometimes a book has multiple genres. However, in the genre choice area one has to pick. I suggest that we might change that application so a member could choose a couple genres. This way it would show up in both searches.

For example: Nora Roberts books are equally Mystery and Romance. The Twilight Saga and House of Night books are technically YA, but based on reading level I would classify them as Fantasy. On the same line Patterson's Middle School and I Funny books are classified as YA, but the reading level should put it in Childrens literature.

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Re: Listing multiple genres?

Post Number:#2 by needmoresleep
» 21 Feb 2017, 22:18

I was just thinking about this! really would like for something like this to happen
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