My favorite genre is science fiction. However, I write from a combination of genres, incorporating suspense, drama, myth, ghost story, biography, thriller, and adventure into the plotting and story.
Recently, I did a few submissions as a columnist to an online magazine and publishing company for interpersonal development and self-enhancement. You can find these by accessing this link: http://aswifttjournal.eznuz.com/article/Columnists/Columnist_2/RAP_IT_UP/22695
My first novel in The Enchanters science fiction series, entitled The Enchanters, is available on Amazon (as The Enchanters by Edwyne Rouchelle): http://www.amazon.com/Enchanters-Edwyne-Rouchelle/dp/0805979131
and at eFiction Bookstore: http://www.efictionbookstore.com/productDetails?product_id=254542
I'm not a reading person, I watch movie and listening music. Write poems and for advertising agency which called copywriter. Here are my creation for TV commercial @ http://litlest.multiply.com/video. I can't update my blog because I forget the email and password *sigh... so sorry
I love good writing in any genre. I write literary fiction, satirical fantasy, nature fantasy and for children of various age groups.
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Science Fiction & Fantasy, but I do love a story with a meaningful human saga. I like most genre, but do not like books that create visual reading without much of a story base.
I mostly work as a consultant. I write articles that analyze films and television. http://ow.ly/9ibTu
My favorite genre varies with the writer. If we're talking about poetry, it's Pablo Neruda: simple, emotional, imagistic. If we're talking about fiction it's more with Salman Rushdie: complicated, verbose, political. I don't have any links to my work, unfortunately.
I like writing Psychological Thrillers a lot but I think one of my strongest points is Comedy. Since my writing is intended for movies I try not to share it too much. Especially online. There's nothing worse than going to see a movie with a similar concept to something that you've written years before.
I read a lot of confessional poetry. However, being in many poetic communities, and working as managing Editor with William S. Peters, Sr. of Inner Child Press, I read all genres and enjoy them as I expand my horizons.
I'm not sure I really have a favourite; I'm not even sure what genres are anymore. There was a time when I'd simply have claimed to prefer horror; but that's become as meaningless a term as comedy. Whether something's scary or funny or whatever is too subjective to measure. Based on feedback, the scariest thing I've written to date [released under a name other than Gremlin] was to my thinking a fairly basic fictional biography of a guy fighting a villain of circumstance; apparently, the circumstance was more terrifying to the average reader than any actual monster I could ever think up.
I guess the best place to get started on my stuff is probably http://gremlin.net. In addition to sidebar links to the stuff I write for real, it's a site I've been writing into for fifteen years, if only to remain used to typing.
I write non-fiction almost exclusively; academic and business research, political and cultural blogging, online journalism. I'm married to a romance novelist, but I don't have the time or the enthusiasm for fiction myself - except for one or two rather strange ideas that I keep meaning to get to "someday."
My serious, business-related writing can be found at my online business journal, GR Business Online:
My more creative, Mr. Hyde part of my personality is on display at my blog:
I am addicted to the historical romantic novel genre. My recent series: Regency Romantic Warriors play in Georgian England.
I am researching a series that takes place from 714-814 starting with the very interesting Charles the Hammer (Martel) till Charlemagne. Featuring are the four sons of Aymon, sons of Charelemagne's sister.
I am also researching everything to do with 'The Shroud' which means: Mary Magdalene, her daughter Sarah, Joseph of Arimathea, the wanderings of The Shroud' The Knights Templar etc.
my website: http://www.champtonjones.com
Paranormal and Horror. old line publishing would be the best place to find out about my work.
but I do short story's 2 times a month on my Unpleasant nightmares book face book page. just for fun.
but if you truly fill like getting scared take a look at the evidence my paranormal team H.A.P.S. and i got at some of the most proclaimed haunted places in America to day.
from old asylums to 200 year old plantation houses.