Authors that has made it big writing cross genre books.

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Yes, there are many well-published authors who have written in multiple genres. Here are a few examples:

J.K. Rowling: J.K. Rowling is best known for her “Harry Potter” series, which falls into the fantasy genre. However, she has also written crime novels under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, including “The Cuckoo’s Calling,” “The Silkworm,” and “Career of Evil.”

LONDON – FEBRUARY 28: Part of a collection of 550 first edition Harry Potter books are displayed on February 28, 2008 in London. Bloomsbury Auctions are selling the collection, known as ‘The Property of a Gentleman’, in their Children’s and Illustrated Books, Original Artwork, Private Press and Limited Editions’ two day sale on February 28 and 29, 2008 in London. The collection of Harry Potter books range from Finnish, Gaelic, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Welsh and six different Indian dialects to Hebrew, Turkish, Polish,Indonesian, ancient Greek and Latin. (Photo by Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images)

 

 

Neil Gaiman: Neil Gaiman is a prolific writer who has explored a variety of genres. He is best known for his fantasy and science fiction works, such as “American Gods,” “Stardust,” and “The Sandman” graphic novels. However, he has also written horror (“Coraline”), children’s books (“The Graveyard Book”), and even non-fiction (“The View from the Cheap Seats”).

Margaret Atwood: Margaret Atwood is a Canadian author who has written in a variety of genres, including dystopian fiction (“The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Oryx and Crake”), historical fiction (“Alias Grace,” “The Blind Assassin”), and even poetry.

John Grisham: John Grisham is a bestselling author known for his legal thrillers, such as “The Firm,” “The Pelican Brief,” and “A Time to Kill.” However, he has also written non-fiction (“The Innocent Man”) and even a children’s book (“Theodore Boone: Kid Lawyer”).

These are just a few examples of authors who have successfully written in multiple genres. By exploring different genres, these authors have been able to reach wider audiences and showcase their versatility as writers.