Genres




I'll read just about anything that can grab and hold my attention and I do accept materials from publishers and authors. 

I have a small collection of autographed copies of favorites. However, many of my favorite authors passed on before I was born. 

I have an odd relationship with classics. I'm more likely to read them and place them at the top of my favorite generes list and then never read them again. Unless, of course, they come up as a subject of a challenge I'm involved in. I've pondered the reasoning behind my actions and the only thing I can come up with is perhaps, I read classics more as a rhythmic creative work than a natural one. Here are my top picks for author by genres.









Children's- Jan Haley and Vanita Oelsclager 

Fiction - Gene Stratton Porter


Non Fiction Adventure - Jon Krakauer 


Suspense- Mary Higgins Clark


Gothic - Edgar Alan Poe


Romance male- Nathaniel Hawthorne 


American Classic - Harper Lee


Art- Tasha Tudor


British Classic- Charles Dickens


Poetry- William Butler Yeats 


Sport- Blake Sebring


Cooking- Jaques Pepin


Romance Female- Jane Austen


19th Century- Lousia May Alcott


Science Fiction - Aldous Huxley


Thriller- Jeffrey Deaver


Fantasy- C.S. Lewis


Historical - Margaret Ringenberg


Audible- How the Grinch Stole Christmas- Walter Matthua




















All the words that I utter,
And all the words that I write,
Must spread out their wings untiring,
And never rest in their flight,
Till they come where your sad, sad heart is,
And sing to you in the night,
Beyond where the waters are moving,
Storm-darken’d or starry bright. 
William Butler Yeats

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