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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, of course, is a non-fiction. Non-fiction is a honest, sincere material that is based on real truth, raw facts, that pictures real people.

We can learn a lot about life from non-fiction books, we can recapture wisdom of life from someone's experiences, we can learn to appreciate our lives more from the standpoint of observers who can thank God that certain things did not happen to us as it did to people in books we read.


Sample chapter of my book can be found here:
http://www.svetlanarepina.com/book-samples.php
 


My writing is for a niche market, the New Age, Body/Mind/Spirit, Pagan, Wiccan, Occult community. It is text book writing, but with personal touches to keep the reader awake. Books are on the store at www.CoronaLuci.com, and Google has exerpts from several titles. 


I like anything clearly written and informative. Also, I like poetry. Gto Idooilpainting.com
to see my work. thanks
 


I love reading non-fiction works like biographies.

My work can be found at www.MakeMoneyManagementSimple.com
 


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:
http://mini-magpie.deviantart.com/gallery/
 


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. 


My favorite genre is action/adventure with a twist of science fiction. Psychological thrillers also have a special place in my heart. I like to blow people's mind away, either visually or mentally, when they experience my handiwork.

www.facebook.com/sahara.empire

That's the site for a television pilot that I'm currently working on. It's in the early stages of development, and we're still looking for investors. If you'd like to be a part of this project, email me @ germayfa@aol.com
 


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:

http://werasworks.webs.com/

http://soulstripper.deviantart.com/

My novel, poetry and short stories can be bought/downloaded here, where you can also read excerpts of them for free:

http://stores.lulu.com/store.php?fAcctID=20711383

More about my novel:

http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/never-a-story-about-all-things-immortal/7745538
 


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...

mylifewithbadluck.blogspot.com

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 



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