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What is your favorite genre? Can you provide a link to a site where we can read some of your work or learn something about it?
 
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My favorite genre is the rom/com. Although most stories from this genre tend to be formulaic and predictable, I love the journey of getting there. Here's my dating blog: http://datinglessonslearned.blogspot.com/ 


Without doubt, fantasy. Though I don't mind sci-fi, and do enjoy historical material as well as true crime.
There's two. http://www.blutmunth.net/ is for my solo stuff, and http://feudball.com/ is for a co-project which, all going well, will be self-published in the summer of 2009/10.
 


My favourite genre is gay fiction. I love reading and writing M/M romance fiction. My type of fiction might also be seen as a genre within a genre, as I write M/M discipline fiction. It's very entertaining.

My website is: http://www.fabianblackromance.com
 


My genre, heh? I am still alive :)

Don’t worry if you do not find my writings. It's destiny, my writings maybe find you one day.
 


My genre of choice is Science Fiction. From the time I was 6yrs old and my mother took me to the theatre to see “The 7th Voyage of Sinbad” in 1958 I have been drawn to and intrigued by all that is unusual. Sci-Fi, Horror, Paranormal, Monsters, Vampires, Werewolves, etc….

As I progressed through life I was taken aback by the shear genius of the work of Ray Harryhausen. He was the master of the moveable monsters like the Cyclops in the movie referenced above.

Later my interests latched onto 50’s Sci-Fi black and white movies where I ran into the original “The Day the Earth Stood Still”.

Whenever I watched a show or movie or read a book I literally saw myself entrenched in the story. I felt what the characters felt, saw what they saw and experienced what they experienced. It was the attraction to that which put a tiny thought into my mind to write a story. With this in mind I proudly bring you “Strolok” and now have in the works my second book “The Indistinct”.

You may read the prologue to my debut novel "Strolok" on my website and blog.

Website: www.strolok.info
Blog: www.scifiblast.blogspot.com
 


I write - and mostly read - non-fiction. I read spiritual books such as those by Tich Naht Hahn.

My area of expertise is adoption and family preservation. I am a human rights and justice activist and focus on the rights of mothers, children and families in crisis, struggling to remain intact.

I have written two book:

shedding light on...the Dark Side of Adoption (1988)
The Stork Market: America's Multi-Billion Dollar Unregulated Adoption Industry (2007)
Both are available at http://AdvocatePublications.com where you can read reviews, synopses and more.

Links to all of my publications are available at: http://tinyurl.com/riben-writes

You can read more about me, including CV, at: http://tinyurl.com/about-riben

I blog at htt://FamilyPreservation.blogspot.com
 


Westerns, hands down. But I also like stories with a little different twist. One such is "The Golden Amulet" which was published in 2003. It can be seen at http://thegoldenamulet.blogspot.com/. But westerns became my first love while I was a teen. Couldn't get enough. This year "Spirit of the Snake" was published. It's at http://spiritofthesnake.blogspot.com/ 


My love of the written language knows no boundaries, so it is very hard for me to pick just 1 genre.
My 1st published poem is at http://ladylimu.blogspot.com/2009/08/quiet-knowing.html
The title being "A Quiet Knowing".
 


My favourite genre is ChickLit, or more specifically Supernatural ChickLits. Dictionary.com ChickLit Definition: any literature that is intended to appeal more to women than men, with a focus on strong or quirky females. And the definition for Supernatural is:

1. of, pertaining to, or being above or beyond what is natural; unexplainable by natural law or phenomena; abnormal.
2. of, pertaining to, characteristic of, or attributed to God or a deity.

In otherwords, I like a bit of a magical element going on in the stories I read and write.

Here's a link to my writer's blog: http://bangouttheprose.blogspot.com/
 


I love fiction novels, particularly romance, I also like thrillers. My poetry book is mainly romance, but my latest book is a fictional novel called Kendra's Pearl about a child suffering from abuse from her mother, and living in a dysfunctional family. The other novels that I am working on are romance.
My links:
www.booksbykllewis.com
http://booksbykllewis.blogspot.com
 


I've always fancied myself a fiction writer, but the truth is, it's been years since I've written anything fictional. I thought this was because I like to eat, and writing happens to be my current bread and butter. But the truth is, I actually enjoy writing non-fiction articles that are mostly used for web content. My work is generally interesting and informative, and I can pick and choose the various topics. I also enjoy motivational and inspirational type writing (probably because I'm such a wreak, I always need it myself). I seem to find myself constantly dishing out suggestions and advice. I did used to teach pre-school, so maybe that's why I'm always trying to tell someone what to do. Thanks to all my writing and research, I actually know a little bit about a whole lot of stuff!

Here's an article of mine that contains a whole slew of links to stuff I've written. Enjoy :)
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Survive-Your-First-50-Hubs
 


Action; http://www.fanfiction.net/~rinprimulabernkastel, http://jigokutsushinhere.blog126.fc2.com, http://www.fictionpress.com/~souseisekirin 


Non-fiction because I love when people have the strength to write about true life events or themselves.
Http://www.lorifinnila.webs.com
 


My favorite genre is fiction, but I have only published nonfiction. You can read some of my articles on the Text and Academic Authors Association website at http://www.taaonline.net 


I write non-fiction. Lifestyle articles - inspiration/motivation/self-improvement are my specialties. You may read samples of my work at
http://guardian.co.tt/byline-authors/cheryl-wright
 



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