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Dystopian Fiction

Thinking of writing or publishing a science fiction novel in the post-apocalyptic or dystopian sub-genre? We bring you the market insights and the data power of the Amazon platform to your projects. Learn what sells and what does not. Don't waste time and money on the wrong projects. Make your life easier and get this vital market information today. 

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New December 2021 Edition

The Opportunity

In dystopian fiction, Margaret Atwood's Handmaid's Tale and its newly released sequel, The Testaments, both rank in Amazon's Top-100. And Hulu just officially commissioned The Handmaid's Tale season four.

No doubt, Hulu's adaptation of "The Handmaid's Tale" brought a breath of fresh air to a genre that has been looking for new material following the young-adult-oriented dystopias "The Hunger Games," "Divergent," and others.

Post-apocalyptic novels have seen some set-back during the "real pandemic". But from EMP survival stories to the zombie apocalypse that "The Walking Dead" has brought to our living rooms for almost ten years—people's fascination with the genre will not go away.

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Although there are dedicated Amazon categories for both Post-apocalyptic and Dystopian fiction, the market for such books is not very transparent. We took a closer look to solve the problem. 

This K-lytics report reveals the top-performers of this e-book market segment by analyzing more than 20,000 current titles. Get the results from our unique "virtual bestseller list approach."

If you want to stand out from the crowd and be successful as an author or publisher, you have to know the market. Our research report and seminar delivers you exactly that insight.

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  • What is the magnitude of Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian book sales on Kindle and in its relevant categories?
  • What are the key differences and overlaps of the post-apocalyptic and dystopian segments that marketeers and authors should be aware of?
  • What has been the sales trend for Kindle categories related to Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian fiction over the last 5 years and last 18 months?
  • What is the level of competition for books featuring Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian books in various categories?
  • What does our "virtual bestseller list" for Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian fiction look like?
  • What categories do the bestselling e-books in this genre use for optimal visibility?
  • Which of these categories offer the best ratio of books sold vs. level of competition?
  • What does top-selling cover art look like that you should show to your cover designer?
  • What sub-segments/tropes earn the highest royalties in the market?
  • Who are the top-performing authors in our cross-category Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian bestseller list?
  • Who are the leading publishers in the Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian fiction segment right now?
  • What is the typical book page length of top-performing titles that readers expect?
  • What are the trending search words (keywords) used by Kindle readers on Amazon for this genre?
  • What are the most frequent words in top-selling book titles and book descriptions?
  • What are the proven price points that are used in the genre?
  • What is the performance of Kindle Unlimited books vs. Non-KU titles in the genre?
  • What is the royalty share of serialized vs. standalone books?
  • Additionally, get a database with all key data points for the Top 100 bestselling Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian titles across categories including all book descriptions for your inspiration and reference.

The Post-apocalyptic & Dystopian Book Market Report

  • Accompanying video by K-lytics founder Alex Newton
  • Detailed step-by-step explanation of the research results
  • Bonus insights not available in the Pdf-report

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