Novels are long, complicated stories. They develop climaxes from plots, and conclusions from descriptions of unconscious experiences. Places, characters, and events create imagery, suspense, and perspectives. Moods, themes, and voice create cultural and literary qualities.
Abstract fiction creates novels with consciousness, emotions, and intuitions. Subjective stories develop from conscience and motives. Thoughts develop conscience, and descriptions develop motives. Subjective stories relate personal lives, and individual strengths to succeed.
Novels are thematic productions, interpersonal dramas, and cultural analyses. They are unique stories that are told from cultural experiences and knowledge of societies. Stories build from originality and literary techniques. Fame builds from ingenuity and inventions.
Thriller, romance, and erotic literature genres fit into novels with trends and traditions. They develop novels with intentions and explanations. Genres are psychological constraints that separate novels with simplicity and increase them with details. Novels are written with genres to appeal to audiences with plots and finish.