I love personal stories. The ones that suck you in, hold you tight and leave you filled with emotion. I tend to write about my life and family midst recipes. I'm passionate about my life, loves and combining them together. http://diningfamily.com/published-works/
I like the supernatural types of stories. Ones that usually have some sort of twist. You can see the stories at www.historiclawreview.blogspot.com I have been saving them there.
hmmm... When writing projects like articles, ghostblogging, press releases - which I suppose falls under the business genre, I like informative pieces - Although I do them, I don't really dig writing flat procedural manuals - kind of boring.
Creatively I prefer the fantasy/thriller/horror genre. I'm a sucker for any type of vampire story - ghost stories - stories about para or supra normal.... It's just fun.
I love the condensed nature of poetry. I grow weary waiting for most writers to get to the point. I can admire that artistry of good writing but, please, get on with it.
Poetry is mainly what I read now and if you go to my website joelove.info there are links to the Black Mountain and New York Poets if you scroll down. I also read and Study Beckett, Brautigan, Pynchon, Robbe-Grillet and Duras.
I enjoy non-fiction only. On most subjects. I subscribe to Time Magazine, Reader's Digest, Guideposts, etc.
Some of my writing can be found here:
I'm also published at Ezine:
My favorite genre is historical novels, particularly those that feature Canadian history, especially French Canadian history.
My works can be found at: http://www.chucksbooks.com
I read and write young adult speculative fiction. I also blog about this sort of fiction at at www.rhiannon-hart.blogspot.com. I freelance articles and reviews to magazines and journals. My agent is Ginger Clark of Curtis Brown.
My favorite genre to write about is music because it is the number one love in my life. I enjoy writing reviews of gigs and CDs as well as profiles on artists. Profiles are probably my favorite to write because you get to sit down and learn about someone, and many times I have found out some of the most intriguing things about people you would never have guessed.
My favorite genre is poetry. I write short stories, articles and interviews (which are very popular) and I am working on a novel but poetry is my first love.
I don't have anything published on the Internet yet, but favorite genre is fantasy.
My favorite genre is definitely that of essayist David Sedaris, he writes memoirs and they're amazing. I strive to be as creative as he is in his work. I have a blog and I have written a few pieces for Associatedcontent.com
My blog is: www.educationoflittlesarah.blogspot.com
and my AC account is rarely updated because its pretty specific and my writing is sometimes not what the site is interested in publishing.
Pretty soon though, I should be posting some of my school essays online and hopefully doing some online interviews for the site pluseone.com.
Right now the site is in Serbian but my interviews will be in english and you should check them out.
Genre de jour is my blog at Google: http://americanorwell.blogspot.com
That is a tough one. I have no favorites and enjoy reading every genre except for love stories. I am not the romance type. At the moment my novel 'Where the Sun Sets' is available online as a free read. I am hoping to have it available to own in the Spring of 2010. It will remain online as a free read even after it is available for purchase because I strongly believe everyone should be able to read a good book even if they can not afford one.
Memoirs, history, fairytales and congenital CMV disease prevention.