Google News search is a pretty good indicator of trends, and a good indicator that something is trending.
However, it can be misleading when it comes to the fate of a specific genre of work.
This is because many genres of work are inextricably linked to each other, and not all works are created equal.
For example, one might not necessarily need to think about the future prospects of a certain style of music, or a certain type of writing to consider how a particular work of art will be perceived by the public.
As a result, we need to be mindful of the fact that the future for many of these fields is inextraordinary, and some might never see the light of day.
We’ve highlighted a few of the biggest genres of literature to be most in danger of disappearing from history, and how the future will play out.1.
Literary fiction and poetry: literary fiction and literary poetry are arguably the most important of the literary genres.
While it’s true that these works are often thought of as subgenres of the wider literary arts, they are in fact distinct in many ways.
The literary genre was invented in the early 20th century as a way to publish fiction in a safe environment, in order to protect the authors identity, and to keep their work safe from copyright infringement.
Literary novels and stories were traditionally published in the English language, and this made them easier for publishers to obtain for print, as they didn’t have to pay for the rights to their works.
However in the 21st century, with the rise of the internet, publishers are able to publish stories in the format of video, which allows them to offer more easily accessible and affordable digital versions of the work.
However for many authors, publishing in print was not an option, as the printing industry was too small to keep up with demand for print.
This made the traditional medium of fiction a much less viable option for authors to sell their work.
As publishers have become more successful, they have made it harder for authors and authors’ publishers to continue their publishing business.
The online world has changed this by allowing for the creation of fan fiction, or self-published works.
Fan fiction, as we know, is a great way to keep a writer’s identity intact and the reader entertained.
This works because it’s not limited to a particular genre.
There are also a plethora of other genres, such as romance, science fiction, and fantasy, that are still widely popular in fiction, including science fiction and fantasy stories.
The fact that all of these genres are also popular in film and television is testament to the popularity of these works, as these genres can appeal to a broader audience.
However, as popular as these literary genres are, they’re not without risks.
As an author, you’re responsible for keeping your work safe, and for ensuring that your audience is not harmed when you publish it online.
As such, the world is not a safe place for the world’s best writers to publish their work, especially when they’re dealing with such sensitive issues as copyright infringement and threats to their livelihood.
As these genres have been around for centuries, they will continue to flourish for decades to come.2.
Theatre: theatre is arguably one of the most interesting forms of creative work.
Although theatre has always been a popular form of artistic expression, its growth has seen it evolve from an intimate theatre of love to an increasingly popular form for entertainment, with audiences now increasingly paying to see plays, movies, and music.
However despite the popularity, theatre is not without its problems.
Theatre has always had a lot of power, and the theatre industry is still relatively small compared to other artistic forms, which can be a major barrier to entry for writers.
For this reason, theatre companies have often set up rules that prevent writers from getting into the business, or from creating a successful theatre company themselves.
In addition, many theatres have a history of being run by people who have an unhealthy relationship with their work or with the artistic community.
These problems have led some theatre companies to try to distance themselves from their performers, to the point where many performers have moved away from theatre altogether.
The rise of streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon have created opportunities for these small companies to create new artistic works that have become quite popular.
However it’s worth noting that this isn’t the only form of creative expression that has been affected by the online world.3.
Film and TV: the future is cinema.
This category has often been labelled as a genre of literature, but film and TV are in reality a genre within the literature of film and tv.
As the popularity and diversity of the medium has grown over the years, there has been an increase in demand for the genre, and filmmakers have increasingly turned to this medium for their next film or TV series.
As this has been happening, there have been increasing concerns about the industry’s safety.
While some films have been released, some have not.
There is also a growing concern