My favorite genre is romantic-comedy story. Well, I have write something in my blog but it's not finished yet. Actually I've just start to write it. You can read it on http://www.kimmysdreamland.blogspot.com/
Mainly tragic romance or horror. Although, I mainly write poetry, in which I usually try to depict a short story, or just a snippet of one.
Here is a link on which some can be found:
As a writer, I enjoy story telling with an underlying Christian message. Some of my writings can be found on my blog at http://jerryrasmussen.blogspot.com. As a musician and songwriter, I've focused primarily on folk music and gospel. Samples of my songwriting can be heard on my website at www.jrasmussen.net.
Poetry is my favorite genre because I love to play with words. I have written short fiction but with less satisfaction and less successfully. I was very interested in art in my youth and studied painting. However I became an art teacher because I didn't have the dedication and desire to develop in that genre, being hopelessly bogged down - unable to break free - from the academic teaching methods of the day. I do have a blog site which features my points of view regarding such topics as Climate Change and Political Expediency. I have a book entitled 'The Learning Process' being published in America at the moment, which will feature 52 of my poems and 1 short story. I am at present working towards another collection.
I read anything: Fiction, non-fiction, biographies...and I love reference books.
Short stories and novels are my favorite genre though I am yet to get into writing novels. I write blogs also on my blog site. Blog helps one reach and influence people in a fearless and liberal manner, not being restrained by the rules and regulations of the mainstream print or electronic media. I think blogging is a powerful medium of communication today. You can read my blogs on my blog site at http://virahini.blogspot.com
My favorite genre is fantasy; however, I am not too fond of the fantasy novels that follow a certain pattern. I am more interested in the unconventional fantasy novels with a lot of humor and character development in them. An example of this are the works of Terry Pratchett, which I am quite fond of.
Most of my writings and art can be found on either of the following web addresses:
My novel, poetry and short stories can be bought/downloaded here, where you can also read excerpts of them for free:
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I donít have one favorite genreóif it captures my attention Iíll read it.
Right now I have a blog. It is found at 'www.adiaryofmymakeover.blogspot.com'.
OHH great question....i write in a style of writing were it seems like im talking. Im not sure if there is a name for that style but thats jsut how i write...heres my blog...
I just tell about my life with bad luck
By far, it's humor. Be it parody, satire, slapstick...I enjoy that first and foremost. My own examples are available at http://skunkfeathers57.blogspot.com
Poetry. yes. wwwcomradeonlinecom.blogspot.com, www.sunnewsonline.com, amehgodwin.webs.com, www.nigerianbestforum.com/socialnetwork/blog.php?user=lyricg.
Funny horror? Is that even a genre? I'm not very good at writing funny though, at least I think so.
And just fantasy. But there has to be a possibilty, that it can really happen. Something, that we don't notice normally, but under some certain conditions the fanatsy can be real.
And not poetry! I cannot handle that. Only sometimes I use it for ideas, that contain only one sentence.
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My favourite genre is mystery, I love the thought of vampires, demons and ghosts.
I don't really have a favorite genre. I haven't settled into one quite yet. I like fantasy and literary fiction a great deal, because in both I have a lot of freedom to make things up. One of my favorite types of pieces is the circulation narrative, something I was introduced to in an English class on the history of print. You can find a circulation narrative I've written here: http://myitthings.com/prolificmuse/Post/fashion/It-Shoes/The-History-of-a-Shoe/54525200702143736.htm
I'm not sure of the actual name of the genre, but I like to refer to it as philosophical fiction. The best example I can give would be the work of Tom Robbins. I love when a wordsmith like that can dance through the language, share ideas that really make me think, and dress it all up in an intoxicating story about fascinating characters.
Though I don't boast to be as fluent as Mr. Robbins, my latest book, The McAllister Code, and the blogs I'm writing to follow it up as a sequel are written in this style. At http://www.themcallistercode.com, I'm using an extraterrestrial encounter to detail my journey through a variety of ideological paradigms.