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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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My favorite genre has always been fantasy. I love escape. Although, I will read almost anything. You can read a sample of my work at my website: www.worldofsamar.com or on Kindle. 


I write mainly short ironic fairy tales. Most of them are interpretation of already existing ancient myths or fairy tales. They are on my blog, but they are in Russian, 'couse I'm from Russia. http://ass.diary.ru/?tag=3149 


I really do not have a favourite genre. I do like thrillers and mysteries, however I will pretty much read just about anything lol.

Some of my work is available for viewing on my Blog at http://www.australian6.blogspot.com
Most of the poetry and prose though is on my website http://www.stuartmediaservices.com
 


I’m not a huge fan of most hard-genre fiction. The typical fantasy, mystery, sci-fi, etc. story doesn’t do much for me. I like character over plot, a concept which seems absent from a lot of hard-genre fiction. If I had to choose, I’d say noir, because the protagonists are defeated from the start. Going into a book, knowing that the protagonist isn’t going to “win” means the reader can concentrate on his character instead of the plot.

A comprehensive list of my stories and books can be found at http://www.calebjross.com
 


Psychological Thriller and Paranormal.

http://penandscroll.tripod.com/index.html
 


I write and illustrate children's stories for a great cause...Visit my website and you'll learn about my project...www.happy4kids.co 


My first love is science fiction. I also love romance and fantasy. My website is http://www.pucasforest.com 


I don't think it terms of genre. To me genre is a diminishing way of thinking about books. It's all fiction right? (other than non-fiction). Did William Burroughs write Science Fiction? Did Jane Austen write Chicklit? There is fiction which looks to engage with the world and fiction which looks to provide escape from it. Both have to entertain first and foremost.
My writing can be found on www.sulcicollective.blogspot.com the opening chapter of my novel http://www.freado.com/book/4062/a-b-e and some of my more experimental works on http://yearzerowriters.wordpress.com/ if you click on my name
 


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. 



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