Thrillers mostly although I'm fairly open on this. I like a little fantasy and historical too.
I have a blog; awriteblog.com where I have a link to some short stories of mine.
I am first, and foremost, a poet. When I'm tired, or stressed and need to write, my pen almost automatically goes to poetry, and I find comfort in the wordplay. I also love memoir and fiction, and am trying to stretch myself as I write new and different pieces. My work can be found online at http://www.taunalen.com. The site has links to my journal, my poetry site and an online journal for my local writer's group.
Beside poetry, I love science fiction, fantasy and horror, although I never use these elements in my own work.
For a few years now I have maintained a blog where I periodically add some of my work.
I like a lot of subjects but my main subject is romance. When I started my poetry that started due to a broken reatlsionship I had.
I am very ecclectic in my tastes and I read just about any thing. I love writing fiction most of all but I write whatever necessary to make a living.
Some of my fiction can be found here:
If you Google my name, you can find a lot of hits but the above stories are two favorites.
I love just about anything with solid plots and characters. I write articles and short and stories at Associated Content, along with conducting a couple of my owns interviews there. I also write a column on the career of Steven Spielberg at Examiner.com
I love reading fiction, memoirs, science fiction, and fantasy. My work is not public at the time but my blog is http://www.hollywoodthewriteway.com
I enjoy writing formal poetry about nature, fairies and the sea.
Blogger.com Gordo's World. I write about everything poetry, short stories.
I definitely like speculative fiction the best. This genre is better know as "sci-fi/fantasy", but I think that label really misses the point. What I nerdily call "spec-fic" is simply fiction that isn't bound by our present understanding of reality. Even the universe is a fictitious character! I've posted a little bit of my work on my LP Notes blog (http://lpnotes.blogspot.com), and I hope to post more soon. I also post the occasional children's story on Vokation (http://vokation.com).
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I don't know if I have a favourite genre. I mean, I can't say I enjoy mysteries or science fiction, but I am definitely attracted to writing that is more in a literary vein. I will read a small press book before anything from a big publisher because I appreciate the grass roots of writing more than the top 40. I like short stories and poetry simply because that's what I write too- I would sooner read to learn something than to be solely entertained by it. I want it to be profound. I want it to haunt me and make me think.
I have a blog where I post some of my short stories. They're not always the final drafts- those are what I send to the publishers, but at least it gives people a sense of what I am doing. This is the addy: http://stealingbreath.blogspot.com/
My favorite genre is science fiction. I appreciate stories about the potential of humankind.
I don't have a lot of my things online. At least, not where I'd like the world to see.
I have written an autobiography of my Naval career, but I really like fiction best. Some excerpts from my book can be read on the web at: www.thankyouamericabook.com. I have only published one book thus far, but I am working on a fiction about the world of intelligence gathering and operations.