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    What's your favorite style of writing?
     
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    Essays (opinion stuff) or contributions to a discussion or problem.
    As long as I am free to use the type of arguments I want.
     
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    Agree. I enjoy blog writing, there's a flow and rawness to blogs sometimes that you can't find in more formal writing. I also sometimes like stream of consciousness writing where you don't always know where it's going but it ends up in unusual directions.
     
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    E M Forster. "Room With A View" is brief and brilliant and his prose is peerless. thats all ive read but its all i need.
     
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    I suppose stuff along the lines of Kafka and Murakami. Where the story is flowing directly from the imagination and the author takes a backseat to inspiration. It can sometimes result in messy, convoluted works, but when done well can bring about some of the most fantastic and enthralling stories out there.
     
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    I prefer whatever writing style I am using at the moment that I write whatever I am writing. I've been indulging in some poly-erotic writing lately and have found it to be extraordinarily engaging to many of my personality's facets. Even the need for support, encouragement, and love from others as I share what I plan to write and I have written with the great people in my life.



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    It depends somewhat on my mood. If I'm in a good mood I'll be more likely to prefer essay-like writing. If I'm in a bad mood I tend to write poetry.I almost never write fiction. I just can't stand writing it personally.
     
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