Electrical Engineering/Novel Category.

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Dear Prof Cleggsan

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Novel‎

Among different categories of Novel / Stories / Books  i.e. Fiction written by Authors, Which category do you feel the Most difficult to write and which category could be the most easy to write with reasons ?.

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Comedy
Romance
Tragedy
Horror
Suspense
Thriller
etc

Do you feel Great Authors / Writers should be able to write
any Fiction Book/ Novel / Story ?.

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,
Prashant S Akerkar

Answer
I understand your question but I am no expert in this area and it does not relate to electrical engineering at all.

However, my personal comment is:  It depends entirely on the talent and desire of the author/writer.  Some people are very flexible with the 'assignments' of life and others are not. One of my favorite authors is Loius L'Amour who writes mostly American Western novels but he also wrote several mystery novels and adventure novels.  Other authors have tried switching over such as the author of children's books JK Rowling is now writing adult mystery novels.  So, some can change their writing styles and interests, some never  do.

That's about all I can say.  

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All technical areas of Electronics Engineering.

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BSEE, MBA, Design, R&D, University Research.
Senior Life Member of IEEE. Life Fellow of AES.

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IEEE, Consumer Electronics Society, Audio Engineering Society.
Broad teaching experience; work experience mostly in consumer electronics and conversion from analog to digital technologies. Pioneer in digital audio at all levels.

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BSEE (Equiv) BYU BSEE University of North Dakota MSBA (MBA) Illinois State University Graduate Studies in Computer Science - Bradley University Graduate Studies - Ohio University Graduate Studies - University of Missouri Kansas City DeVry Tech - Electronics

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