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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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I like writing fantasy stories. Lately I've written a bit about dystopian realities and my latest stories all centre on death. I haven't actually got a link to anything I've written online at the moment but I am working on it :). 


My favorite genre is fantasy, but I like several others as well so they are mixed into my work. The book website for my novel is at www.neikos5landadventure.net. People can also go to Goodreads, Librarything, and Shelfari. 


Fantasy because the word impossible doesn't exist.

http://annakeraleigh.weebly.com
 


My favorite genres are poetry and fantasy. You can read my work on my website http://www.ajhayes.com and on my blog http://ajhayes.wordpress.com. 


Romantic Suspense.
http://www.lorhainneeckhart.com/lorhainneeckhart/Books.html
 


Commercial Fiction, Erotica and Romance. The sites are: www.Blackurbanbooks.com & www.beginnerspoetry.com. 


Ah, that's tough. Favorite genre ... would ... be complicated. Really, it depends on how well written it is. That's the key; if it's well written, I'll read it, regardless. What I prefer to write, though, is contemporary or fantasy or sci fi. Less so historical things, unless they merge with any of the above. If you head over to my tumblr, ohmyitsviv.tumblr.com , there's plenty of writing for you there. 


My favorite genre for writing is Sci-Fi adventure books. Being able to use modern day technology or even dream up a little future technology effects stories in unimaginable ways.

Gotta love a future perfect world and all it's possibilities.

http://bit.ly/SkyKindle is a link to my Sci-Fi novella about a Space Train Conductor that wants to pitch the family business, literally, into the surface of Mars and hang out with his friends more.
 


Sci-Fi, Fantasy are my genre's of choice. My website is www.shadowhuntersaga.com 


I've written in many genres but I think I'm finally settling down to the erotic suspense/thriller/horror genre. I currently have three books available on Kindle, and you can read the first few chapters free.

Moving On (also titled The River Way)
http://www.amazon.com/The-River-Way-ebook/dp/B0056VAGOI/ref=sr_1_2?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1311279408&sr=1-2

Cutting Away the Pain (a novella)
http://www.amazon.com/Cutting-Away-The-Pain-ebook/dp/B005CIVZ4A/ref=sr_1_3?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1311279408&sr=1-3

Bloodline (the first book in the Hunters of Men series)
http://www.amazon.com/Bloodline-Hunters-of-Men-ebook/dp/B004ASORU2/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1311279408&sr=1-1
 


Anything that is really well written, and inspires me....I haven't posted my short stories online yet; but I did start a blog for my upcoming round the world trip...thenomadrena.blogspot.com. 


I've only written non-fiction. Most of my writing have been cookbooks and health articles until I wrote "Passage," a biography of my extraordinary mother. There are two excerpts on my website: www.sandypowers.org 


I have a strong attachment to science fiction/fantasy. I grew up with a wonderful grandma, Emma, whom told me strange tales about my country. However, that isn't the only thing I like to write about and I'm more influenced by my father's poetic story telling no matter what genre it is. You can appreciate some of my works on www.isiskiwen.com under writings on the left panel; the title on that page is "Fiction or Reality? A tale publicized about a cruel winter," or you can click directly on the magazine and scroll down to page 14 for a closer look ( http://www.omnia.com.mx/se​manario/95/ ). The article is in Spanish. 


I write flash fiction a lot, mostly for adults but occasionally for children too. But as far as novels are concerned, I like to write for children and teens. I have two blogs but the one about my writing for children is here: http://rebeccaemin.blogspot.com/ My blog for everything else is here: www.rebeccaemin.com

You can find out all about my debut novel, 'New Beginnings' here: http://authortrek.com/punked-books/2011/03/10/new-beginnings/
 


Thriller, you can check my website www.imhussaini.com

my newest book is The Detour, a thriller about an American researcher who travel to Saudi to help his friend and discover the legendary book of Fatima. www.thedetour.info
 



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