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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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Western, Poetry, Fiction.

www.xlibris.com/personals.html
 


I love work by writers like Sagan and Colette, and my own work deals with similar themes - relationships, family, love. I studied art and photography, and worked for many years as an international art consultant curating collections for palaces, embassies and private clients. Now, my work tends to feature people from that world - artists, photographers, global nomads. You can read and hear a sample of my first novel 'All the Lovely Ruined Things' which is about the family of a playboy war photographer through the blog link at www.katelordbrown.com 


http://www.seniorwomen.com; www.jlcannon.net; www.hilltopnotes.blogspot.com.
No favorite genre because good writing is good, no matter where it shows up. I like character-driven fiction; mysteries that are good novels, not just puzzles; biography; poetry; drama; essays, and more.
 


I love the confessional, first person type of writing, not just for novels but for non fiction writing. In philosophy, the existentialist bent. I have a blog, the site of which is wwwmarsmarceline.blogspot.com 


I don't really have a specific genre; it just comes out from within. I mean, whatever that I felt like writing, I just try to write it in a piece of paper then edit it after wards, then that's it. I have a blog, if you wanna check that out here's the link: www.varenairis.blogspot.com 


That is a hard question. I love Young Adult literature, I love literary fiction written for any age. I also like a well crafted mystery.

You can see samples of my novel Converting Kate, Viking Books 2007 ALA BEST BOOKS 2008 on my website www.beckieweinheimer.org
 


My favorite genre is science fiction. You can go to http://cliffball.webs.com for my personal website and find links to where you can my blog and learn about what I write on my blogs, which is http://cliff1974.wordpress.com. Also follow me on twitter: http://twitter.com/cliff_ball

I currently have six novels:
Out of Time - a science fiction time travel novel
https://www.createspace.com/3493536
http://www.amazon.com/Out-Time-travel-novella-ebook/dp/B006GDO3BC
Don't Mess With Earth - alternate history
http://www.amazon.com/Dont-Mess-With-Earth-ebook/dp/B005OOKZJI/
The Usurper - a political thriller.
https://www.createspace.com/3469577
http://www.amazon.com/The-Usurper-conservative-political-ebook/dp/B007K9WDA4/
Times of Trouble an End Times novel
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0075CNFFI
New Frontier - alt history
http://www.amazon.com/Frontier-Speculative-fiction-history-ebook/dp/B006ONBPVU
 




To write? That would have to be personal essays and opinion pieces. The very first piece that I submitted for publication was an essay on baseball which was published in "Elysian Fields Quarterly," www.efqreview.com. My current project is a blog about living with a chronic illness, http://blog.nadgb.com. I also write erotic fiction for women, but have only recently submitted my first story and am waiting to hear back - you know, the fun part of being a writer.

You can find my plain old professional Web site at www.awelch.com. I do resumes and cover letters, grant funding proposals, stuff like that.
 


I'm most interested in narrative nonfiction. I've had essays published online and in books, but currently the only linkable work is my blog:

www.herablehands.com
 


I write in a lot of mediums and genres, and it is hard to say what is my favorite. As an artist recently told me, "Whatever I am working on now is my favorite."

My stories are driven more by the character that comes to mind than the genre it might fit into. One Small Victory, which is a romantic suspense, was first published in hardback, and is now an e-book. It was inspired by a true story of a woman who infiltrated a drug ring and helped bring down a major distributor.

I also have a woman's novel, Play it Again, Sam, that is an e-book. It was inspired by what happend to a friend of mine when her husband decided he no longer wanted to be married.

And my young adult novel, Friends Forever, was based loosely on the experience my daughter had in middle school when all the social rules changed.

More information about my books and screenplays can be found on my Web site: http://www.maryannwrites.com
 


No specific genre. www.gravellaration.blogspot.com 


My favourite genre is mystery, preferably Agatha Christie. You can read my writing at: http://thewritershome.blogspot.com 


Although my speciality and most of my work is true crime (my website www.robinbarratt.com) my favourite genre is actually travel writing. I have a new book project titled Around Norfolk on a Motorbike and, if successful, I will slowly move away from true crime into travel writing. 


My favourite genre in high fantasy, but I prefer fantasy with something else rather than just fantasy. I'm in the middle of making a cluster of blogs on blogger in accompaniment to my writing, but is still being constructed. The homepage is http://www.olenia-olyosia.blogspot.com 


Nonfiction story telling. There are two free audio podcast stories on my web page at www.tenabastian.com under books. 



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