I write mostly for teenagers - you'll find my work here: www.nicolamorgan.co.uk
I enjoy literature from multiple genres. My favorite genres include Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Horror. My list of favorite authors is too numerous to list but includes such names as James Rollins, Dean Koontz, Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien, Stephen R. Donaldson, Dan Brown, and John Saul. You can find out more about my published novel "Reluctant Journey" and my other writing projects at my website, http://www.peterwestnovels.com.
My favourite genre to write at the moment is erotic-romance. Follow this link to my webpage, http://www.geocities.com/jojobrown_can You can also find me on twitter, Myspace, Blogspot and Facebook
My favorite genres are Science-fiction and fantasy. I like the action, adventure, and other elements which can be incoperated into them easily and bring excitement into the story.
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My favorite genre has to be mystery. Mystery books give kind of somethign to grasp hold of.
A link: http://www.warriorswish.net/forum2/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=5548&start=0
I'd have to say my favorite genre is what I call literary suspense. I love great writing that compels me to turn the page. You can read more about me and my work at www.lphoffman.com and www.thecanaancreed.com
I enjoy writing books about World War II naval history. I have a web site that describes the battles for Guadalcanal and from where viewers can order my book. The URL is: www.battlesforguadalcanal.com. I have another web site that discusses the subject of my first book. It's URL is: www.battle-of-leyte-gulf.com.
Although I do "creative writing" (i.e. fiction) in my sape time, my day-to-day work is a creative writing process too. I have to understand the client's brief - and their business, market and audience) and create copy for ads, websites, brochures, podcasts etc that will help those companies communicate more effectively.
Examples of my work are at www.richwords.co.uk. I also blog at richradar.blogspot.com.
My favourite genre is romance.
My website is www.abcdwb.com
You can also read a synopsis of my novel, Chained and Bound on http://www.editred.com/Allyson_C
I don't only write, I also do photography.
My favorite genre is Children's Books. You can view my published book at www.amazon.com and search "I love you so" by Jill kingwell. I also included my blog which is posted on a website as well as on a google group. I have more work I can share as well which is not currently displayed on the internet.
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You can also view a blog I have written called "Corporate mom to house mom"
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It is difficult to pick a "favorite" genre. I read history, romance, science fiction, sagas, murder mysteries...I guess I never left the Pope Pius Club.
In my own writings, again, I'm eclectic. I have a children's book on adoption, a murder mystery co-authored with my cousin, a memoir and am now working on a romance, a thriller, a collection of poetry and a cook book. You can see my works at http://www.DebraShiveleyWelch.net.
My favorite genres are the narrative essay, poetic verse and horror fiction. Please go to www.ktmitchell.com to read my work.
Actually after "Goosebumps" I didn't read much. When I got older I would read many real estate and marketing articles. Found marketing very interesting. I learned there's like a system or art to marketing.
Science Fiction & Fantasy, or Speculative fiction, as they call it. There are small collections of my short stories, flash fiction, and web-serialized novellas (in-progress) at http://www.tonyamoore.com.
My dad loved Zane Grey books and after reading Grace Livingston Hill to my mother, I read the other books on the shelf. The cowboy life intrigued me from the first books. I have begun a Christian Historical Fiction Series, Nan's Heritage Series. The first book in the series was released January 2, 2008. "Nan's Journey" tells the story of a young teenage girl who is abused by her stepmother. She runs away into the Colorado mountains with her five-year-old brother. A disgruntled preacher-turned-mountain man takes them in and they learn about survival, forgiveness, and love. It takes place in the Trinidad and Silverton, Colorado areas in the 1800s. The first chapter of "Nan's Journey" is displayed on my blog at nansjourney.blogspot.com
The second book of the series is "Elk's Resolve". It is the story of a white boy who was raised by the Ute Indians. It continues the story that began in "Nan's Journey". Tate Publishing and Enterprises offers a free audio download with each book purchased. It is due to be released this spring/summer although pre-release copies are available at Tatepublishing.com or elainelittau.com