Tag: Genrefy

  • Finally I have my branding: CoFictions

    It took a while but I’ve decided to use CoFictions as the primary branding for my fiction self-publishing endeavors. It captures the essence of targeting specific category readers (and their particular genres) in ways that broaden the reach of a an individual work of fiction. Can’t say more than that for now or I’ll let […]

  • More thoughts on Naming

    More thoughts on Naming

    Was pondering the naming architecture further. What about “Categorate?” Sounds more professional – but still awkward and contrived – compared to Categorify (or Categoryfy, or Categorafy, all three of which I’ve registered. Will continue to explore the naming hierarchy for my self-publishing brand. More thoughts on naming may seem like gibberish right now, because I […]

  • Nomenclature for genrefying is coming along

    I’m thinking of substituting one of the following terms with regard to branding my¬† self-published fiction: cogenre genrafy cosubject subjectafy cocategory categorafy coversioning versionafy Will be giving this more consideration in near future. For now I just wanted to get these terms into the public sphere in case I need to claim first use when […]

  • My Intent Is To Genrefy My Writing

    One of the differentiating elements of my debut novel is the notion of genrefying it. As an author who has begun to write my first novel, and as an appreciator of the need to market oneself uniquely and in a targeted manner – especially when self-publishing, as I plan to (certainly initially) – I will […]