Wednesday, August 11, 2010

What Genre do you Read or Write?

Well, I feel like a time for a change. I usually stick with paranormal. Actually, I love anything paranormal. But, I've had a strong impulse to write something contemporary (along with an idea). I have read other contemporary stories, but I always find myself moving back over to the paranormal side.

So, what sort of stories do you read or write?

9 comments:

Jennifer Shirk said...

I normally write sweet contemporary romances and that's what I usually read. But I do like to switch things up with a little YA or women's fiction too.

Stephanie McGee said...

Fantasy and urban fantasy. It's what I read and what I write.

Good luck with the contemporary.

Aubrie said...

Kudos to you for trying a new genre! When I did that, I discovered an entire new place to explore with my writing. :)

Bethany Elizabeth said...

I write EVERYTHING! :)
I'm especially big on fantasy, but I do, seriously, write everything that comes into my head.

Mesmerix said...

Speculative fiction, generally urban fantasy. Though I've found myself recently wanting to dabble in horror or young adult.

E. Arroyo said...

Ha, sounds like me. I'm currently writing a contemporary YA intended for my niece who likes that real stuff. I was close to adding aliens in there, or maybe a ghost or something...anything...but when I spoke with her she gave me that look. And so I keep thinking, while I'm writing, that I am writing it for her..and only her. It helps.

Keri said...

Literary fiction with mythological and romantic elements. Thinking of trying some YA in November.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I read fantasy, science fiction, and thrillers, and at the moment I am writing science fiction.

Annie McMahon said...

I read a little bit of everything, MG/YA books mainly, since that's what I write. I like contemporary fiction.

Oh, and I tagged you on my blog: http://dutchhillnews.blogspot.com/2010/08/whats-in-my-handbag.html

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