So I am thinking magic. Wizards. All that jazz. It's always interested me from childhood. But the thing is, has the genre become overworked, overused and generally simply abused. The beating of a dead horse. You have the Tolkien / LOTR wizards & magic which is a bit more friendly, then you have the Dungeon Dragons / World of Warcraft sort which is more action packed / violent, and then you have things like Harry Potter which doesn't really fall into either category. Has the fame of things like Harry Potter reshaped the genre such as how Twilight has done for vampires [more basic teen drama than the convoluted Interview with a Vampire]. For example if I wrote a book set to a more modern world than outright fantasy or historical would people be tossing the books aside because it's not what they're "expecting". Any thoughts?