I asked my kids what kind of books the following authors write, and since you love this topic, I've decided to make it a regular post! This time though, these authors are actual friends I've met in the bloggerhood. What kind of books does she write?She looks kind of intimidating. I’m not sure. Historical fiction? It’s hard to tell on her because she looks young so she doesn’t seem like the kind of person who wouldn't write historical fiction but she's got a look that makes her seem like she’s not a romance writer – otherwise I would think she’s a romance writer. I wonder what 'the look' is. This is Rachael Renee Anderson whose most recent book is Minor Adjustments.
What kinds of stories does she write?Kid lit because of her funny smile *laughs* and her cutsie hat.What’s funny about her smile? The way she’s looking up as if she were a kid. My other daughter said I bet she writes historical fiction.Why?Well, she just seems like the sort of person that would write historical stuff, like she could be a history teacher or something. And that smile seems sort of like she knows something about fairies – so fantasy. I'm thinking they see Angie Lofthouse as a very versatile author. She's writen a lot of short science fiction that you can find here.
How about this author?*no hesitation*Romance. For one thing, she’s wearing red velvet, which just seems sort of romancy. Romantic people wear velvet?*nods*Um, and the way she has her hair died and she’s pretty so, yeah.
Many of you know the friendly and cheerful Talli Roland who has written The Hating Game and Watching Willow Watts which are, indeed, chick lit, which always contains romance.
Last one. What does she write?Comedy? Because it’s a funny picture. Writers wouldn’t probably generally put a picture of themselves peeking over a scarf or something like that – unless they wanted to hide their identity. HAHA! And my other daughter said Comedy, because she is squinting her eyes a little bit like she’s smiling and she looks like the kind of girl that would have a sense of humor. By the way, I asked them seperately, but they both came up with comedy. Terry Lynn Johnson is the author of the adventure Dogsled Dreams. Terry, are you a funny lady? You'll have to let us know!