I would have to say my favorite genre is Romance, particularly paranormal romance. I like paranormal romance I usually write with Werewolves. though that doesn't mean all my stories are.
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I think fantasy is my favorite genre, because it is the clearest way to re-mythologize a world starved for wonder.
I am a fantasy fan. I love how a good fantasy novel can transport a reader to a different world and a different time, a world where almost anything is possible. I say “almost anything” because a good fantasy author must lay a foundation of believability for magic and plot lines or risk losing the reader’s immersion in the story.
My author web page is http://www.rstuttle.com . It hosts descriptions of all of my books as well as excerpts, reviews, maps, and bibliographic information.
I am a tanka poet and a writer of nautical fiction. These at first appear disparate, but the economy and grace of language I learned as a tanka poet I apply to writing fiction. I edit Atlas Poetica : A Journal of Poetry of Place in Contemporary Tanka and the back issues can be read free online at: AtlasPoetica.org. I have also posted the first novel in my fiction series, Pirates of the Narrow Seas, free online at: NarrowSeas.blogspot.com.
In tanka poetry I focus on the world in which I leave, which is the Chesapeake Bay, and the sea figures prominently in my poetry and fiction.
My favorite genre is romantic drama. Not at this time.
I'm not sure that I have a 'favourite' genre. I'm a bit of a magpie. What I do like is quirkiness. I read mostly non-fiction and any subject will do if it gives me some new insight or a handful of fascinating new facts I can squirrel away or quote in the kitchen at parties. I don't like the term 'trivia' for the very reason that it trivialises information. I buy few trivia book but I do buy factual books from which I can extract the occasional bit of brain candy. I am, naturally, attracted to the QI books of John Lloyd and John Mitchinson (because of my connection to the show) and I really enjoyed Mark Mason's 'The Importance of being Trivial' and 'A matter of facts' by Marcus Berkmann. My most recent (and fascinating) reads include Warwick Cairns' How to live dangerously', Steven Johnson's 'The Ghost Map', Catherine Caulfield's 'The Man who ate Bluebottles' and Michael Welland's 'Sand'.
My first book, 'Joined-Up Thinking' was all about the surprising connections between facts. It's published by Pan Macmillan. The QI Books, meanwhile, are published by Faber. I contribute to the QI Annuals every Christmas.
You can see more about me at www.stevyncolgan.com or catch up on my regular blog at http://stevyncolgan.blogspot.com
I don't have a favourite genre but when it comes to books I much prefer fiction over non-fiction, and I avoid fantasy, sci-fi (except for Asimov's Foundation) and weepies. My blog, Breakfast Tea is at http://breakfasttea.wordpress.com/, though I'm starting up a new music blog at http://dauphinmag.wordpress.com/
My favourite genre to read is probably crime and I have a soft spot for vampire novels too. I tend to have more fun writing magic and fantasy pieces because, basically, you can write whatever you please and really use your imagination. I'm not a published writer (I'm too young to be) so I tend to keep my stuff to myself but I write fan-stories on Quizilla under the pen-name sarahsalem.
Right now I am reading a lot of paranormal romance, urban fantasy. I've given myself the goal of writing one for Harlequin, one of their series. But it is not available to be read anywhere. My daily posts about writing and such are on http://wordgrrls.com
I guess my favorite genre of writing would be comedy, since that's what I do. But, I really like reading Non-Fiction works. I love anything biographical, or related to American History.
I sometimes write little short bits here: www.wordbycodi.tumblr.com
I'm write mostly poetry, my main inspirations being T. S. Elliot, although I love classic sci-fi and everything Ray Bradbury has ever written.
My favorite genre Is urban romance, fiction, and poetry. I have not posted my work anywhere.
At the moment I do a lot of nonfiction work -you can see it here: www.undergroundmainstream.com
I also write fiction - mostly contemporary fiction but I've been playing with some fantasy and YA fantasy. One of them - Shimmer - is here: http://www.unicornlady.net/stories/shimmer.html
I love to read both fiction and non fiction and love writing both - I don't consider myself a journalist as I don't really write news. I write about people and their passions.
I suppose my favorite genre would have to be fiction/fantasy. It's a nice place to get away from the stresses of real life. Right now my first novel is available on Amazon.com but I have a website where you can find out more about me and why I write the way I do. There is also a link from my site to where you can find my book. I always welcome any reviews: http://www.colemchaddyn.com
I don't have one favorite genre. My Christian writing can be found at http://www.raptureready.com as well as http://fourredbullsaday.blogspot.com