That's a tricky one. If you would have asked me this question a year ago I would have jumped out with “fantasy” in an instant. I mean, it still is my preferred genre, but when I embarked on my Masters in Professional Writing, it opened me up to genres I would never even have considered like romantic comedy, witty diary writing, historical fiction, gothic thrillers, comic fantasy, but if I had to choose... it's definitely general and children’s fantasy. I am working on a series of fiction and non-fiction projects.
You can read a couple of shorts I wrote on my website: http://www.jkeaster.com/?cat=7 both were writing exercises for my course. You see, completely different to fantasy *I smile* You can read a sample on Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Grimoire-ebook/dp/B008XZWZIY/ref=sr_1_8?ie=UTF8&qid=1348324457&sr=8-8