I seem to be drawn to Christian philosophy. Authors like C.S. Lewis and Ravi Zacherias really draw me in.
Poetry. http://poeticconversations.blogspot .com
Detective/crime fiction and fantasy/sci-fi.
i like to write, mistery histories, but i like to read all kind of stuff. you can read me in http://www.metroflog.com/tamipanda and here http://tamarahistorias.blogspot.com/2011/01/cosas-que-ni-yo-entiendo.html?spref=tw
My favorite Genre is still suspense, even though I haven't been published in that area yet. (I have a screenplay that a nom de plume of mine is working on that may change that.) You can learn about my writing of Open Your Daily Newspaper & MAKE MONEY! at the following places: http://foundsecrets.com/newspaper.html or http://how2ofwealth.com or http://brotherpaul.net, where you can read about Wanted: Liars, Thieves, and Murderers! Reward: Heaven!
My favorite genre to read is 19th century British classics. But I am a playwright. Usually I write funny plays. Here is a link to my play, "Radio Star". http://www.originalworksonline.com/radiostar.htm
My favorite genre is autobiographies. www.theroneshellman.com
My favorite genre is horror/thriller type of writing. Along with adventure.
You can read some of my stories on http://omariooverdosed.deviantart.com/gallery/23800108
My favo genre... to read it is fantasy. I'm a BIG fan of Christopher Paolini and his books about Eragon.
To write in though, my favo genre is spiritual. I'm really interested in the paranormal world and all that hangs around it.
Sorry, but at the moment of answering this question I do not have a website on which you can read my work. I do have a website at http://www.inksliders.nl Though this website is at the moment under construction.
I love to write suspense, mysteries, and thrillers, but I enjoy editing many genres. I personally edit a lot of young adult fiction, thrillers, and mainstream fiction, though our company handles all types of editing, both fiction and non-fiction. Our website is www.alphaediting.com
I write poetry mostly in all types of genre- love, friendship, happiness, bereavement to name a few. In the beginning I wrote about my feelings and later on I wrote for others help them to express their feelings. Now a days I let myself be inspired thru pictures and weblog pieces I found here and there on internet. My poetry I post on my webpage as well as comments on the website of the photo or weblog which so inspired me. I write in both English and in Dutch.
My webpage address is: http://home.kpn.nl/nedkam//
I also have a weblog http://gouwerijn.web-log.nl/ in Dutch where I mostly write about how I see the world around me and my dealings being a caretaker for my mother-in-law and how its like to be a ‘normal’ in the world of autism & http://gouwerijn.autisable.com/ in English ,where I show what its like to be married to someone with autism and be a mother to a son with autism.
I don't really have a favorite genre, really. Because to me, a genre is just a tool with which you mask what you're trying to say. We can deal with much more intense themes in, say, science fiction or fantasy than we can in "straight" fiction because we're coming at the themes obliquely. My favorite genre is whatever one the project I'm working on at the time calls for.
My most recent short stories can be found here:
I don't have a favourite genre. I love a good story, no matter what the genre. I suppose I might lean towards supernatural thrillers like Don't Look Now, Black Swan, Let The Right One In or horrors with a decent emotional reality. My short film Origin is an example. http://www.originshortfilm.co.uk
I have no preference about the genre. My heroes are male and female.