You just call them, or email them; tell them which categories you want your book in - that's itPeterRhodan said:Can someone explain this to me:
How do you get your book into 10 categories when I thought you could only put 2 ?
Am I just especially slow or something?
I didn't check the other genres, but for Teen & YA Fantasy, yes, those categories really exist. Coming-of-Age, Contemporary, Dark Fantasy, Epic, Fairy Tales & Folklore, Historical, Magical Realism, Mysteries, Myths & Legends, Paranormal & Urban, Sword & Sorcery, and Witches & Wizards.Jena H said:I don't read fantasy, but it seems that some of those "categories" are a little bit.... questionable. Do all those "Teen and Young Adult (blank) Fantasy" categories really exist as options?
Most writers have the opposite issue: they can't find cats available on Amazon that accurately fit their books. In my own bookshelf (for books already published) I don't even see teen/YA as a chooseable option.