Titles must be adult or YA level.
Titles may not be used for more than one category.
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- 24 Hour Story - A book that takes place over the course of 24 hours
- Absurdist Fiction - A book that uses satire or dark humor to explore the human experience
- Ancient Mystery - A book featuring a modern-day protagonist solving an ancient mystery
- Book about Books - A book about books, bookstores or libraries
- Court Intrigue - A book that focuses specifically on royal court politics, schemes, and intrigues
- Crime or Criminal - A book about crime or a criminal
- Epistolary - A book where the story is told with letters, diary entries, and other documents
- Family Saga - A book that chronicles the lives and doings of a family
- Famous Figure - A novel that features a famous person in a fictional scenario
- Hidden World - A book that features a whole world within the world
- Historical Fiction - A book where the plot takes place in the past
- Magical Realism - A book where magical events form a part of ordinary life
- Microhistory - A book that is a small-scale history about a singular event, object or idea
- Police Procedural - A book where the emphasis is on the procedures used by the police in solving the crime
- Pulitzer Prize Winner - A Pulitzer Prize winner from any year or category
- Road Trip - A book that features a road trip
- Self Help/Improvement - A book that focuses on self-improvement
- Technology - A book about technology
- Tragicomedy - A book containing elements of both comedy and tragedy
- U.S. President or First Lady - A book about a U.S. President or First Lady