Saturday, February 6, 2010

Getting to Know You: "Genre/WIP Check"

Back in the good old days when AOL chat rooms were all the rage (and thus where I spent my free time after school) you used to see the phrase "age/sex check" pop up every ten seconds. Of course I'd gladly type "13/f" into the box and hit enter, quickly scanning the other entries in the process--you know, maybe there was a 15/m in the room :)

Okay, okay, so the guy was probably really 40, but that's not the point of this post. The point is that I've gathered a few more followers lately, just like new friends joining a chat room, and I'd love to know what you're all working on, or if you're not a writer, what genre you love to read (well heck, even if you are a writer, I'd still love to know your favorite genre to read).

I'll go first.

Favorite genre to write: Mystery, preferably cozies (nothing too scary)

Current WIP: Infinity = Me (YA), although lately it's lost that loving feeling and I'm itching to get back to writing a cozy.

Favorite genre to read: Cozies of course, but second place is a tie amongst YA, paranormal mysteries and literary fiction.

Okay, that's me. Now what about you?

6 comments:

Amber Tidd Murphy said...

Favorite genre to write -- fiction that is hopefully literary.

Current WIP -- see above

Favorite genre to read -- literary fiction and women's fiction

Natalie Murphy said...

Favourite genre to write: historical romance

Current WIP: The Sound of Snow (historical romance)

Favourite genre to read: historical romance (noticing a trend? LOL), historical fiction, and paranormal

Stephanie Thornton said...

Favourite genre to write: Historical Fiction

Current WIP: Hatshepsut: Female Pharaoh (editing) and The Reluctant Queen (writing)

Favourite genre to read: Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction, and YA

Steph Damore said...

I definitely see a pattern here--we love to write what we read.

Confession--I've never read any historical fiction. Any recommendations?

Oh, and Natalie, I love the title of your WIP; it sounds lovely.

Natalie Murphy said...

Aww thanks!!! =)

kanishk said...

Favourite genre to write: historical romance


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