I love to write about health related topics. You can visit my site at http:thecompleteherbalguide.com and my blog at www.completeherbalguide.com.
Adventure! Adventure! Adventure!!! Throw in some real to life dramatic elements, maybe even a little romance and I'm hooked.
Speaking of! See my novel, Three Lives at www.midmerc.com. There are chapters available to view there and so much more. It's a fun site.
I like family sagas, coming-ofge stories and stories based on real events.
Read some of my fiction and even some raw work here: http://esmaaself.blogspot.com
I love philosophical writings...
I have three favourite genres: literary fiction, horror and dictionaries. That last one should be 'reference books', I guess. I write about music at www.fatroland.com, where I channel my NME writer within. I also have a secret writing blog, but I'm not telling you where that is. Yet.
I used to write columns for a living, so I guess you'd call what I do essays.
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I write for children. I have two websites http://www.lookman.co.uk and a second site with some of my work on display http://www.freewebs.com/lookman The second site is in need of updates
I enjoy many genres. I am in the process of learning how to develop a website to download things that I have written, but this will be sometime. A sample of what I have written includes feature stories, council meetings and general informational articles all composed for Livingston County Press, Brighton Argus, Milford Times, South Lyon Herald and the Fowlerville News and Views. I am in the process of learning to update my skills to become proficient at writing on the internet. I also have written poetry, but my largest check for a work was $15.00 received from the Hamburg Library. I enjoy playing guitar and have composed several songs which, I may try to market later.
In terms of fiction, I love thrillers and mysteries, especially noir. But then I am an avid reader of most literary novels...But then, I know of some brilliant mystery writers whose prose stands up to any so called "literary" giant. Only in the United States do we genreize. This kind of thing is encouraged mostly by the MFA writing teachers.
The link: www.vincentzandri.com
My favorite genre...hmm...that's a hard question! I really like realistic science fiction. I like vampires and werewolves and etc. but I really like it when they're put into human reality. It makes it seem so much more real. My poetry blog is www.alishaaaapoems.blogspot.com
The literary genre is easily my favorite reading. Interested parties can go to http://robtlamb.author.googlepages.com to read some of my work.
I'm open to romance, comedy, thrillers, general fiction and non-fiction as long as it's well-written. I like good writing, no matter what the genre is. Good writing, to me, doesn't get in the way of the story. It conjures up vivid pictures and believable characters effortlessly. I want to be transported to a place where I am drawn into the events that take place and I care about the people and what happens to them.
My website is at http://www.janicehally.com
Memoir is a special genre for me. I love to be able to hear first-person accounts of peoples' lives and experiences--reality is often more compelling than fiction. That is why my first book, recently published, is a memoir based on the life of a very dear friend of mine. He is an 84-year-old veteran of World War II who shares a harrowing, humorous, vivid account of his service in Patton's Army in Europe. He also painfully and honestly told me about meeting his very first love while stationed in France and how that relationship affected his life over sixty years later. I was struck by the drama and detail of his stories and felt drawn to document the poignant tales. The book is called "Fighting For Delphine: A Soldier's True Story of Triumph and Tears." Information is available at www.moonglademedia.com.