I've never written in just one genre. That route holds no interest for me. Sure, I started out wanting to be a sci-fi writer, but I soon branched out into ghost and paranormal tales, and as of date have had a good number of stories and novels published in those 3 genres and in crime fiction too, not to mention storytelling that fuses styles (sf/mystery, futuristic horror) and even a handful of PNR tales.
My debut book 'The Harvest Bride' made the shortlist for the HWA Award for Best First Novel, and since then I have seen almost 20 more into print, including the 6 novels - so far - in my Raine's Landing supernatural thriller series. My latest full-length novel is a straightforward crime thriller, 'The Tribe' from CD Publications. More than a hundred of my short stories have appeared in such magazines as Alfred Hitchcock's, Asimov's SF, The Magazine of Fantasy & SF, Weird Tales, Midnight Street, and even Woman.