So I can't promise that I'll write much and I can't promise that I'll be shy......I guess it depends on how much time I have on my hands and how angry/curious/passionate I am about a given topic on a given day.
Besides being a musician (hack) and an actor (not bad, not bad), I've always been a writer. I think my earliest writing attempts were all poems - scribbled down in little notebooks which I still have somewhere. I was a paperboy and would take forever to finish my route because I was daydreaming and would sometimes stop and jot down musings and obsessions. Sounds cute. But imagine if you were someone waiting on your Detroit News at 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30.....
I published my first novel in 5th grade. It was a slim volume entitled, The Crooks, The Crate and The Kids. It was a thriller, of course. The nuns at my school - St. Michael's of Southfield, Michigan - were actually amazing in terms of their pedagogy and the resources they used to educate us. Aside from being encouraged to write our own novels, over in history/social sciences Sr. Paulina would turn on the TV and we would watch the Watergate hearings for at least an hour a day. It was going on and they wanted us to know about it.
Science fiction and action paced books are definitely my go to but as a writer, I've always been drawn to personal drama and stories that are "real life". I have a good ear for dialogue and do find myself fascinated by everyday conversations on the subway, on the street, the table next to me at a restaurant. Well, not always fascinating. Some folks are not that interesting. Sorry.