I read a lot of mysteries and crime novels, but I also love Southern writers. Many of my books are available on-line. I'll soon be putting the first chapter of my new mystery, BONES OF A FEATHER, up on my web site. www.carolynhaines.com
I have been writing humor for many years. My first 6 books are all collections of short humors essays. Three of my books have received the Stephen Leacock Award of Merit for Humour, one of Canada's better known literary awards. I made a slight change of direction with my latest book, Crossbow, which was released on April 12, 2011. Crossbow is a mystery, with comedic overtones. (Think Fargo with two deputies and a dog, none of them particularly bright.)
My website is at http://www.gordonkirkland.com
I have many favorite genre. Mostly anything you can file under action such as sci-fi, fantasy, anima. Anything that keeps the momentum moving.
I am uploading my current work at www.midarklight.com
Christian fiction but with a real sense of reality to the story. I'm also a big fan of Nicholas Sparks, Greg Iles and John Grisham.
My website is http://robertallanyoung.wordpress.com
My favorite genre is middle-grade historical fiction. I now have two books published, Magic By Moonlight and Be Careful What You Wish For. Both are time-travel mysteries with magic woven throughout. My students couldn't wait for more!
Check more out at my website: http://dlcocchio.webs.com
I enjoy writing about new technology, I have mainly operated within the banking/finance and telecommunications industries.
Most recently I have written the Ovi Developers Library for Nokia/Ovi maps in Berlin.
My favorite genre would be crime, murder and mystery, i love twists and turn that you do not expect. George Pelecanos is the master along with Andrew Vacchs You never know wher they will go next.You can find a hefty sample of my work at bookbuzzr.com Theres Nine chapters of my novel there for your reading and laughing pleasure. I truly believe that i have written a funny, satirical take on gangsters, politcians and the dark grimy underlife that propels many cities along. Like great remora fish they hang onto to any thing that will be bring them power and fame. most times its all illusionary. Robert Warshow in 1948 wrote that "the experince of the gangster as an experience of art is universal to Americans. There is nothing we understand better or react to readily of with quicker intelligence."He went on. "In ways that we do not easily or willingily define, the gangster speaks for us,expressing that part of the American psyche which rejects the qualities and the demands of modern life, which rejects "Americanism" Itself.
My favourite genre changes with the seasons, I am a pretty open minded reader. However, my favourite writers are Murakami, Vonnegut, Tolstoy, Atwood, Coupland and Robbins. As to where I write, look at www.materialise.com and watch it within the next couple of months. I have been the company copywriter for the past 5 months and much of the work since then and from now on will be written or proofread by me. As for published work otherwise, I am the same as I was in childhood and do not like a large readership. Therefore, there is writing out there by me, but often not with my name and it will stay that way for a while. It is my goal by 40 to publish my first novel, until then I am still busy living and finding the material to put in it.
I like to write supernatural as well as romance, erotica and humour. http://www.fanfiction.net/~openlystaind
The only sizeable sample of my writing thatís currently available on line is my homepage: http://www.iki.fi/julia.simon.
However, my technical texts are much less whimsical (of course), and my nontechnical texts may have a very different feeling than my homepage as well, since I strive to use a style that suits the characters and setting.
Itís hard to pinpoint my one favourite genre. It depends; possibly on my mood, and definitely on the nature of the last inspiration to strike me.
Over the years, Iíve written nonfiction of various kinds (anything from travelogues to computer manuals), erotica, some satire, and some things that are probably best classified as fantasy; oh, and the occasional haiku.
|My favorite genres are mainstream and humorous fiction.
Author website: http://marypathyland.com
Blogs for my books (each includes a sample):
The Cyber Miracles: http://thecybermiracles.wordpress.com/
A Sudden Gift of Fate: http://giftoffate.wordpress.com/
All of my books average a five-star rating on Amazon.com
Amazon UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=ntt_athr_dp_sr_1?_encoding=UTF8&search-alias=books-uk&field-author=Marypat%20Hyland
Amazon DE http://www.amazon.de/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?__mk_de_DE=%C5M%C5Z%D5%D1&url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords=MaryPat+Hyland
I love mysteries and thrillers and on the other end of the spectrum, I love period novels like Pride and Prejudice and Emma. If I had lived in that time period, I'm sure I would have written in that genre.
You can learn about my last book on my website: http://www.cherylbradshaw.com/
I love paranormal and sci-fi romances. Love Lynn Kurland.
My books can be found at Barnes and Noble along with Amazon.
An exerpt from my next upcoming book can be found on my blog http://melissasmithbooks.wordpress.com/ under sneek peeks.
Dating My Vibrator (and other true fiction) is a collection of 9 short stories about dating, divorce and desperation, all based (unfortunately) on my own experience. Most people find the stories humorous!
It's available in all eformats for about .70p Here's a link to Amazon UK: http://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHFX_enUS372US373&aq=f&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8&q=uk+kindle+dating+my+vibrator
My debut novel, Vestal Virgin, is suspense in ancient Rome. Dark. Intense. Sexy. Available in eformats and trade-paperback. Also available at Amazon: UK DE and US and all other eformats
Check out my blog, "Who's Imagining All This?" here: suzannetyrpak.com