Travel - samples are avialble at www.martinsayers.com and www.mscopy.co.uk
I love horror, adventure/mysteries and sci-fi. I have several pieces of free fiction available by following the link below:
A couple of years ago I would have said quirky short stories but I did www.nanowrimo.org for the first time in 2008 and I loved writing a novel so much (it catered more for my waffling) that I'm about to embark on my fifth (third time doing NaNoWriMo). My website is www.morgenbailey.com which has links to my other writing-related involvements (Bailey's Writing Tips podcast, Twitter etc.) and there's a bit of what I do on a page ingeniously titled 'What I do'.
What is your favorite genre?
I prefer science fiction and paranormal fantasy. Iíve always been an avid sci-fi fan, but with shows like The X Files and Supernatural, I found the dark side a good place to be creative. Thereís so much about this world that we donít know, and the idea of peeling back the veil to get a glimpse of the other side, is very appealing to me.
Can you provide a link to a site where we can read some of your work or learn something about it?
This is my blog, and there are links to all my online published work.
I love fantasy, but only with romance. Here's the link to my Charmed FanFictions:
I love writing anything, but I have recently specialized in film and television criticism, and also just pop culture writing. My blog is www.kateb1-2-3.blogspot.com.
I am currently working on a historically inspired novel, as well as a collection of short, humorous essays about my own life in the city.
I don't think I have a favorite genre. I am now trying my hand at romance. I don't have a link to anything I have written, but I do have a blog. The blog is just about life in general.
Murder/mystery represents my favorite genre, although if you visit me at www.authorsden.com/donanberg you'll find numerous short stories in other genres.
An excerpt to the novel, "A Body To Bones" is also there. More information at www.abodytobones.com or www.dotdonbooks.com .
I don't think I really have a favorite genre to be honest. I like a lot of different things. My first novel Strangeland which I am in the process of trying to get published, is currently on a website called Authonomy by Harper Collins http://www.authonomy.com/books/23307/strangeland/
You can also find my writing blog at www.cultofracewood.com
Fiction is my favorite genre, a mix between Supernatural and Young Adult Fiction.
I love supernatural books and horror books. I tend to write the same genres of those I read. I currently don't have anything on my novel's online for copyright reasons, but you can view some of my side writing here: http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2396998/Illbeyourhero
I enjoy thrillers and mysteries. As a kid, I loved reading about Sherlock Holmes and later James Bond. My debut novel "It Can't Be You" http://itcantbeyou.com
is being published in Nov-Dec 2010.
I tend to write in non-fiction, how-to and advice genres - although I have several unpublished fiction stories in my files. To date in my 11 year career as a writer I've done pieces on the environment, the writing career, book promotion, interviews, and assignments from publications as well. I have 3 books published, manage a blog, own a bi-weekly newsletter and host a radio show. Our site is getting converted over so that we can extend our career through e-commerce and setting up affiliate opportunities. Following this we re releasing our print and e-books in audio formats. Dave and I also have numerous projects that are waiting to be released as time allows.
The best way to find our work is through our site: www.brummet.ca
Since I consider myself someone who has an over active imagination, I find it quite simple to write in every genre but I think my favorite genre to write for is Slap-Stick Comedy. Ex. Uneducated characters with a low understanding of logic.
(My writings aren't on the internet yet. I'm in the process of writing, editing, rewriting, and registering with the WGA, Writers Guild of America).
Don't really have a favourite genre and I'll pretty much read anything - even the labels on cereal packets! Currently reading a Christian Jaq novel.
Some of my work can be found on www.chorleywriters.co.uk and www.font57.com.