Women's fiction can be defined as "novels that explore the lives of female protagonists, focusing on all kinds of relationships, be it lovers, spouses, parents, children, friends, or members of a community. The common thread is that the central character is female, and the main thrust of the story is something happening in the life of that woman (as opposed to the overall theme being a romance or a mystery of some sort). Emotions and relationships are the common thread between books that belong in this category. A woman is the star of the story, and her emotional development drives the plot." With thanks to the author Rebecca Vnuk for her excellent definition!
I'm carrying out this survey because, as a women's fiction author, I really want to get to the heart of what makes you fall in love with a women's fiction novel, as well as learning about your reading habits and whose books you're reading and why.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my questions! I really appreciate it. Everyone who responds will have the opportunity to enter the prize draw to win a $20/£20 Amazon voucher. The lucky winner will be chosen at random when the survey closes.