Tag Archives: genre

I’ll Keep It Light, Thanks.

I write in unrealistic genres — science fiction and urban fantasy being my favorites, though I’ve been playing with more traditional fantasy as well. I like a good touch of romance and bittersweet endings. What it comes down to is that there’s enough realism in real life, thank you very much. It sounds immature. In […]

The Genre Protocol

  The witness will take the stand. Do you swear to tell the truth the whole truth, so help you God? I will. Please say “I do.” I do. Be seated. Mr. Arnett you’re testifying today about your preferred genre. Do you understand your rights as they have been explained to you? Thank you, your […]

Selling Out

There comes a time in each person’s life when you have to give up on the dream of becoming a dot-com millionaire by thirty and take whatever job will keep a roof over your head and allow you to visit the dentist on occasion. If you’re really lucky, you’ll even earn enough to buy the […]

Heroes and Villains

When people ask me what I write, it’s not easy for me to give a simple answer. I’m a writer, and I write short stories, novels and even a little poetry. I’ve written in a number of genres, including contemporary fiction. And though most of my writing falls into the fantasy genre, most people upon […]

Will Write for Cash

Within the cozy, virtual walls of the Confabulator Café, I write whatever genre takes my fancy. The monthly writing prompts let my imagination grab whatever idea floats by on the wind, and I can fly off wherever it takes me. I push myself to come up with something different whenever possible. This is a playground. […]