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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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The genres I most enjoy are historical fiction, historical nonfiction, and literary fiction. Samples and descriptions of my work can be accessed at
www.eloquentbooks.com/MurderOfAnAmericanNazi.html
http://leftlooking.blogspot.com
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/strategic-talk-radio/2009/03/05/interview-with-timothy-fleming-author-of-murder-of-an-american-nazi
 


I really don't have a favorite genre. I read and write just about anything. I still have an insatiable appetite for knowledge and my curiosity remains untamed.
My work can be found at: http://lisa24n7.110mb.com
 


I usually say I like good stories. Most of my fiction is literary, but I try my hand at genre fiction--usually adventure stories. I'll read just about anything.

My blog is at http://dreamersoften.blogspot.com and consists of lots of microfiction.
 


I love reading myths, hands down! You can learn about the material that I write and what I'm interested in at http://blog.lizgrover.com/ 


I started writing erotcia and erotic romance, but as a fan of mystery/suspense novels, I'm thrilled to branch out into that genre as well.

For a look into my sensual writing, take a peek at http://cindyjacks.com

My newly created, sinister alter-ego, CJ Elliott resides at http://cjelliottbooks.com
 


While I enjoy working with many genres within the definition of speculative fiction (science fiction, horror) and I write some poetry, my mainstay is fantasy. I was encouraged early in life to appreciate and cultivate my imagination, and I have never stopped over the years! I grew up surrounded by text adventures and RPGs, so fantasy was my natural inclination. My introduction to anime (Gundam Wing and Neon Genesis Evangelion in particular) was responsible for my love of sci-fi, and my horror interest is solely owed to the Silent Hill video game series.

If you want to read some of my work, I recommend visiting Ink Raindrops, my new serial fiction blog. I add at least one new chapter on the first of each month, and which stories get updated depend on reader votes. It's a lot of fun; please stop by and make yourself heard! http://abruce.november-fifth.com/
 


Poetry is my favourite genre but I love prose too. You can find my poems at Poetry International Web and also at my blog Orverse.blogspot.com 


I like real life stories, not necessarily biographical or autobiographical, but books about people, their emotions, their triumphs and tribulations. I also like books which have some humour, and are well written, of course. I don't like fantasy worlds, unless I feel the creatures possess real human emotions. You can read my work on www.authonomy.com. My book is called 'God's Away on Business' by Alexandra Stopford. 


My favorite genre is historical fiction but in order to get a novel published I knew I'd need publishing experience, so I began to write travel articles because I had wanted to be a reporter when I left high school and worked for several years in the editorial dept. of the Vancouver Sun newspaper. I published my very first travel article and that encouraged me to continue. I usually combine my love of history/archaeology with the travels I make and currently I am editor/publisher of a travel zine "Travel Thru History" www.travelthruhistory.com
You can read some of my travel articles on-line on Off Beat Travel
www.offbeattravel.com/malaysia-langkawi.html
www.cstn.org/reports/europe/greece/greece_venetian_2007.html
or, just google my name and you'll see lots of sites listed.
You can read excerpts from my historical work-in-progress on my
blog "Living the Writer's Life" at http://wynnbexton.blogspot.com
or check my travel blog at
http://travelthroughhistory.blogspot.com
I also write weekly reports for the Vancouver guide, Planet Eye
http://thevancouverguide.planeteye.com
 




I love reading and writing across several genres. If I had to choose I'd say my favourite genre is literary children's fiction. I mean the sort of deep philosophical stuff, that reads on multiple levels, has poetic language and has heaps of interesting stuff happening under the surface for an adult reader.

You can read my blog at www.eglantinescake.blogspot.com
There's an extract of one of my novels here http://www.allenandunwin.com/default.aspx?page=94&book=9781741752922
 


Mystery, I guess, with an emphasis on Brit puzzle mysteries and American hard-boiled.

Here is my blog: dbmt.blogspot.com. I don't put much of my work online, because I hope to make money from it.

I also do audio pieces under the name Ian Shoales. Some of those can be found at prx.org. It's free to join, and free to stream. Just do a search for Ian Shoales.
 


Christian testimonies....

www.bjperes.blogspot.com you may have to type it in the upper search bar on you computer rather than the usual one.
 


I enjoy reading biographies and non-fiction, so I tend to write about myself and my own experiences. My current blog is at www.deadtimesdispatch.blogspot.com.

My book about my eight rescued cats, "Confessions of a Crazy Cat Lady," is available on Kindle through amazon.com.
 


I am reading Latin American Literature right now. Reading Love in the Time of Cholera was heartbreaking because I am well aware that the only truth of love is in the time right before death. The rest of the time we squander or ruin love because we are much too much worried about other things. For instance money or capitalism destroys love, and I think this is truly a tragedy. Capitalism is the constant destruction of a mode of living that is pathetic. Pathetic because it undermines our being. We become this existential figure that is like sisyphus until we are no longer able to roll the proverbial rock up the steep hill. We do this in order to indulge our neurosis and fill gaps in our very own dasein.
Yes you can check me out on my webpage that is coming along slowly but surely
http://www.scottamaxwell.com
and others.
http://home.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1498197697&v=feed&story_fbid=63813727163#/home.php?ref=home (facebook is more personal use I guess, staying in touch with classmates and such)
 


My favorite, I suppose is biography/autobiograpghy (the Kennedys, Lady Randolph Churchill, Lauren Bacall, Kate Hepburn) but "The Spy Who Came in from the Cold", "John Brown's Body" and the poetry of Robert Frost are favorites too.

My first book, "Surviving High Society" can be found at www.survivinghighsociety.com. The Prologue to the book is on the website and my blog can be accessed from the website.
 



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