"AGATHA PRENDERGHAST OF HIS MAJESTY’S PROVINCE OF MASSACHUSETTS, ON THIS DAY, YOU HAVE BEEN ARRAIGNED FOR CRIMES OF WITCHCRAFT. WITNESSED BY THOSE WHOSE TESTIMONIES HAVE BEEN HEARD. YOU HAVE, BY THIS COURT, BEEN FOUND GUILTY. AND IT HAS PASSED UNTO YOU, ACCORDING TO YOUR GRIEVOUS SINS, THE SENTENCE OF EXECUTION!"
How important is the social structure in the book? Because if class relations, politics and mores are at all vital to what you’re doing it might be mannerpunk. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fa…
Humm, feels almost right. Mannerpunk war story anyone?
I’m not one to fuss over the genre of what I’m writing, but I was jamming on the history of the in book world with John today. His mom and aunt came in mid conversation and he mentioned to them that it’s fantasy. Which it really isn’t. I doesn’t have any of the typical hallmarks of fantasy. No magic, no non-human sentient races, no fantastic beasts. It’s a regular boring, no magic world that just happens to not be Earth.
Now I just feel strangely agitated over the fact that I can’t pin down a word that describes the novel I’m planning.