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Women's fiction is an umbrella term for a wide-ranging collection of literary sub-genres that are marketed to female readers, including many mainstream novels, romantic fiction, "chick lit," and other sub genres.

Although sometimes used synonymously, it is distinguished from Women's writing, which deals with literature written by (rather than targeted at) women.

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