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My books fall generally into four categories, the fourth being 'None of the Above'. It's a pretty sure thing that when readers like a book from Group A, B, or C, chances are they are more likely to enjoy another book from that same group than one from another group.
Group A, my personal favorite, could be called 'Absurdist Comedy'. It includes the duology of 'Orange Car with Stripes' and 'Missy Tonight', as well as 'Renegade Robot', 'Death Ray Butterfly', 'Secret Sidewalk', 'Squatter with a Lexus', 'Hidden Highway', 'Unwritten Rules of Impossible Things', 'The New Guy in Moon Base Twelve', 'Humanoid Central' and the 'All Geeked Up' collection which includes 'World Weary Avengers', 'Ledman Pickup', and 'In Constant Contact'.
Group B might be called 'Speculative Fiction', and while these share certain traits with Group A, they tend to be less humorous and a tad more serious. The group contains the Dragon City series ('Snapdragon Alley', 'Freak City', 'Dragon Town' and 'Happy Slumbers') as well as 'Zombie Nights', 'Entropic Quest', 'Sexy Teenage Vampires', 'Time Zone', 'Rampant Pheromonix', 'Phantom of the Mall' and the screenplays 'Jimmyland' and ;Golden'.
Group C is more mainstream, more traditional fiction, in the 'Realist' or 'Naturalist' sense, and includes 'Somebody Somewhere', 'Fixture', 'Raisinheart', 'The Part Time People', 'Bobby and the Bedouins', 'The Girl in the Trees', and most of the short stories in 'Cashier World' and 'The Mortal Hole'.
Group D is where I'm putting the stuff that doesn't so neatly fit in the other categories, such as 'Fissure Monroe', 'Macedonia', 'Dawn Debris' and my little kids' book, 'Tiddlywink the Mouse'
My hope is that this sort of classification will help readers pick another book they might enjoy, assuming they have enjoyed one in the first place!