Really good fiction is always a favorite. . . right now I'm reading THE STORY OF EDGAR SAWTELLE and OLIVE KITTERIDGE. I like both very much. I'm impressed witht he story and style of both. THe content and the fluency of each book are beautiful. Often, though, I've been reading creative non-fiction. I like the paradoxical genre: CREATIVE NON-FICTION. It sounds like an oxymoron, but on close examination, it's very honest in what it is . . . and what most of my own writing is closest to.
I have several blogs for my class, but the one on which a bit of my real writing appears is www.stonesintheroads.blogspot.com I don't have a "REAL" writing blog--this one contains some rants, some funny stories, bad poetry, and . . . that becomes my real writing after a while.
I never meant for "roads" to be plural, but the URL for the singular was taken, so...
Currently my favorite thing to write are film reviews which can be read at http//:alex-udvary.blogspot.com
I don't know if I have a favorite genre. I would say that stories with a clear linear narrative appeal to me most. I'm fascinated with interpersonal interactions so I'm always interested in romances and family/friend drama driven works. Speculative fiction appeals to me as well because of all the possibility it has within it.
This is the most recent thing that I've been working on. It's the second act of a play that I began three years ago. http://anglwitscbdwngs.livejournal.com/124104.html
I'm also contemplating turning a short story I wrote several years ago into a children's book. We'll see where that leads.
Health,Alternative Medicine,Astrology are at the top of my list.
My favorite genre is the plain and simple writing about life and all the experiences and inspiration that it offers.
I got a blog site that I post on quite a lot these days, now that I'm traveling again, but there is a good variety of "life writing" on there about everything.
You'll find it here. www.epitome27.blogspot.com
There will be a little advisory screen to inform you that I sometimes swear and write about whatever the hell I want because that's the most beautiful part of writing and it feels good to have that kind of freedom and still have lots of people that enjoy what I'm saying. Either way, just click on the button that says "I understand" because you'll never understand anything if you don't read new material.
My favourite genre is metaphysics, plus good fiction (since there is no such thing as fiction, there is a richness or observation, insight and truth in a novel which can not be gained elsewhere).
I have over the past ten years written an extensive set of tarot profiles linked to specific themes in tarot spreads, in co-ordination with my technical partner who programs them. They are for use specifically online and are written with a view to replicating as far as technically possible a live reading. This site is called Cartouche Tarot Online and all work pertaining to it may be found on the link below
I also have a blog on which I write about related topics and subjects. This can be view at the link below
There is a smidgen of my work online. You will have to ask me if you want to see it.
I write whatever I feel like writing, whatever suits the publications I work for, or whatever I'm assigned in school. That means poetry (largely free verse, though I have been known to turn out a sonnet, villanelle, or sestina on occasion), short stories, essays, research papers, policy journalism, think-pieces, blogs, etc. My preferred subjects are faith, nature, love, and madness, which I suppose you could read a lot into (no pun intended), should you be so inclined.
My favorite "genre" is the Bible and Bible-study materials. I write sweet-historical-romance, and adventure. My website is www.mariemcgaha.com and the books there are those I am proud of.
I still have some on the market that are erotic romance, that I wrote long before I came back to where I belong with the Lord. I have tried to get my contracts back, and some have relented, but some haven't. I don't market those, nor do I help the publisher promote them.
Literary fiction is my favourite genre, but as I'm a book reviewer, I get sent a real eclectic selection of books to read, and I read them all, sometimes finding to my surprise that I rather enjoy thrillers too. Good ones, obviously. You can see my work on my website:
Controversy is my favorite genre.You will find plenty of it by getting my controversial, pioneering, unique e-books: Mind Opening Books. They are the literary equivalent of nuclear bombs. The link to the web site of Mind Opening Books is as follows:
My favorite genre is fiction, mostly fantasy. I like to create a world I can escape to, I feel as though I don't fit into reality. There are so many stories constantly coming into my head all of which are more enticing than reality.
Nytstars.com is the website for my book Nytstars
Fantasy, specifically Secondary World. I love the ability to play with my favorite historical time periods without being limited by the limitations historically placed on people with a certain gender, race, religion or sexual orientation. Links to my work can be found on my bibliography page: www.freewebs.com/meganarkenberg . "Winterblood," my favorite short story to see print (so far), can be found here: http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/story.php?s=18
I mostly read a lot of "spiritual" books and then every now and then, I will pick up a supernatural kind of book that may have elements of romance, mystery and science fiction. I especially love the ones with shape shifting; people turning into wolves! I love the earthy sensuality of them. Makes me feel like howling myself!
You can find me online at: https://nicolakaresh.wordpress.com/
http://www.facebook.com/nicolakaresh (look in my notes)