I like almost anything in writing. I always had a thirst of learning about the most unusual things.
To read some of my works you will have to email your request to:
firstname.lastname@example.org (the title of my new book)
I wrote a short story many years agon, about a raccoon, named "Kunibert", then went on to write a true story about the fighting pitbulls, "Triumph and defeat" which was published in the AKC Dog World Magazine. My new book "Paw Prints on the Road (by Celina Star) is available now at amazon.com, also at www.lulu.com/content/4728886. It has received great reviews.
My favourite genre is philosophical or historical writing. I am currently reading a book on human thought that was assigned for a university philosophy class, its called "The Sleepwalkers", by Koestler. Everyone should read it. Before that I read "Gargantua and Pantagruel".
A lot of my writing is on my blog,
"Workplace Mayhem" is about an old job of mine
"Canyon" is a novel I wrote then later adapted to a screenplay.
"Bald Eagle Stories" is the details of what happens when I photograph eagles.
I write and earn most of my income from outdoor writing, i.e., hunting, fishing, hiking, wildlife watching etc. I've always been interested in the out of doors and have always been a voracious reader of outdoor magazines and books.
I also write fiction, and have published two young-adult adventure novels, both of which have won awards: Dog Runner (1989, 2004) and The Search for Grizzly One.
Several examples of my writing, including excerpts from my novels, can be found on my website: www.donmeredith.ca
My favorite genre to write is educational puzzle books. You can see sample pages of my work by visiting my website and clicking on the individual books on the Book Page.
I also write children's poetry and short stories. One of my poems will be in a children's picture book anthology, Sweet Dreams, due to be published by Blooming Tree Press in 2010.
I've been working on some children's picture books, but that's still a learning process for me and none of those have been published yet.
I love contemporary, historical and paranormal. You can check out samples of a paranormal story I wrote at http://margayleahjustice.com
|My favorite genre to write about are my genuine experiences in the paranormal; however, I enjoy writing humorous as well as "nostalgia" pieces.
At this point in my life, my favorite genre to read, for the most part, are reference works on astrology, ancient civilizations, archeology and anthropology. As a younger person, I enjoyed reading "fantasy" and scifi books but I don't seem to be able to write in those genres.
My homepage on Gather.com can be found at piscesptah at gather
From my Gather homepage you can peruse back through over a hundred pages of listings of my articles, photo-essays, humor pieces, photographs and 2-D "virtual" art by clicking on the various "file tabs" at the top of the page.
I also have work online at the following sites:
Stephen Wagner's "Paranormal.com" at "About.com":
"The Great Library of Incarnations":
"Felix, the Ghost Cat":
"Message from Nanny":
"The Ghost of Mr. Franchetti":
"The Little, Old Ghost of Party House":
"Actually, It's a Vine" (chapter excerpt from my book "The Confessions of Plant Activist"):
"The Little Christmas Bow" (a children's seasonal story):
"The Little Christmas Tree" (a children's seasonal story):
"Would That Which We Call Music?" (humorous piece):
"Greyhound Angel Cowboy" (short fiction):
"Four of the Most Important Things in Life" (humorous piece):
Angela Hoy's "WritersWeekly.com":
"Who Woulda Thunk It?" (short essay on writing):
There is also a short video excerpt of a half-hour interview of me done by
Tracie Austin-Peters for her cable TV show "Let's Talk ... Paranormal" at:
I just love poetry and song writing. I also am working on a screenplay. It is currently a short screenplay but I would like to make it a feature length. My work is mainly poetry and I have been working with a musician on turn my poetry and prose into song. All of my work is a reflection of my life.
Here is a link to my work.
Hands-down, romantic comedy! I think really good romantic comedies take a lot of skill to write. Cameron Crowe's "Jerry McGuire" stands out to me as a really well-written, well-directed romantic comedy. If you're interested in my own comedic writing, please visit www.lisasummers.com and drop me a line.
Much of my first draft work can be found on a site I now Administer Lit.org
Or my second draft work that pertains to my working novel can be found on
I write in a simple downhome, conversational way. The simpler I can write and explain things with some simple examples I do.
My website: http://www.GlobalCopywritingService.com this is where you can read and see my versitility. You van also see my work Real Estate Market Watch on my Realtors website: JRHafer.com I would encourage anyone to write and give me their comments and suggestions. at JR@JRHafer.com
My favorite genre is non-fiction. You can access information about my books on Native American culture and most recently, American History at www.lulu.com. I have written over a hundred planning and historic preservation documents. I am editor for a bi-monthly online newsletter for scholars of Creek Indian ancestry, called the People of One Fire Newsletter. You can obtain copies of the People of One Fire by sending an email to PeopleOfOneFire@aol.com Some examples of my writing can also be seen on my tribe's web site www.perdidobaytribe.org
My favourite genres to write are literary fiction, young adult fiction and when I do write articles and journal entries, I like to write about popular culture, politics and worldly events, like Global Warming, etc. I don't have a website outside of my Myspace page that I used to publish things, but I am wary of giving the address to random people. Also, the information on the page is general and opinionated.
I write about many topics and I have many styles. Creative and humoristic non-fiction give me a kick. I mix up all sort of things in my texts. I write things about religion, Hinduism, islam, politics, women, youngsters, India, Surinam, culture, extremism, philosophy, some poems and even about futuristic love. My Dutch texts and 15 books are published online on the huge website ‘Kritisch Podium Dewanand’ (Critical Podium Dewanand), with link http://www.dewanand.com Here it is free to read everything. This whole site is builded in primitive html by myself. It is possible to buy or download printed versions of all my books. Go to my lulu marketplace to see them all, link http://stores.lulu.com/dewanand
I also edit and rewrite manuscripts of other writers. See them all online and read them for free.
Coming months and years I will build a huge English section on my site and will start publishing all my new and inspiring English texts and books on it, to become a fullgrown member of the global English reading world webcommunity of about 4 billion people.
Mystery, and yes, I can. However, I don't have it in front of me, and I don't want it stolen ;) A search on my name might turn it up....
I'm also here: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1042548/