The Genre Analyzing Generator

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The stylish GAG, shown here in antique chrome

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Here at IULabs, we take pride in creating products designed to help indie authors. It’s all about making life easier and taking your money. And the Genre Analyzing Generator (or GAG) is yet another in a long line of inventions to assist authors in finding their niche and making money!

The great thing about the GAG is how easy it is to use – and how accurate it is! We know it can sometimes be a chore to decide under what genre to classify your magnum opus. Don’t sweat it! Just feed your manuscript into the GAG and it will search for phrases, keywords, and dialogue in order to find just the right genre for your book.

Here are two perfect examples for you:

We fed Twilight into the GAG and got:
Juvenile Fantasy
Urban Fantasy
New Age
Kissing Fiction

And for 50 Shades, we got:
Cult Literature
Romance
Autobiography
Parody

As you can see, the GAG was right on the money, both times! So don’t spend anymore time fretting over the best genre categorizations for your novel. Order your GAG today, and get a move on!

Use the GAG as directed. Other uses are not sanctioned by IULabs. Do not insert anything other than manuscripts into the GAG. Not meant to be used while driving or sleeping. Bodily injury, coma, or death may come as a result of improper use. Should a manuscript become lodged within the GAG for more than 4 hours, do not attempt to probe the GAG. Instead, dial the technical support number in your user’s manual. User’s manual sold separately.

Author: K.S. Brooks

K.S. Brooks is an award-winning novelist and photographer, author of over 30 titles, and administrator (AKA Fearless Leader) of Indies Unlimited. Brooks is a staff photo-journalist for three newspapers and a freelance for two others. She currently teaches writing and self-publishing for the Community Colleges of Spokane, and has served on the Indie Author Day advisory board. For more about K.S. Brooks, visit her website and her Amazon author page

19 thoughts on “The Genre Analyzing Generator”

    1. A friend of mine gave me one of those. (Ice cream maker.) I said, “Free, seriously, no joke, and never been used?”

      “Yep. Yours.”

      I since threw it out. Never been used or tried. I had read the manual, and then read it again, and decided that it’s only friggin ice cream. You can buy that stuff already made, and it’s better, duh…

  1. Um, it’s not working for me, Kat. Can you send me a different link? And also something that counts and rolls spare change? Thanks again…Oh, and I can’t find the keyword finder anywhere. Sorry to be such a pain…

    1. Not sure what you mean by “keyword finder” – you mean the article about tags?

      P.S. authors don’t have spare change. Problem solved. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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