I prefer non-fiction but read both. Fiction-Call of the wild, nonfiction-books about the outdoors.
Nonfiction tends to bore me a bit to be completely honest...
Mostly non-fiction. If it's fiction I like to read mysteries and action/suspense. I've been trying to get through Camus's The Plague because I'm trying to read classic stuff as well, but it's rough going (and the book's not thick!).
99.9% fiction here, too--I get enough non-fiction just living my life, so it's nice to escape to unreality when I read.
I love anything Dean Koontz...and I am addicted to murder mysteries, also.
Non-fiction! I love to learn new things, and I quickly get bored if my mind isn't properly engaged. I've read so many fiction books that it's really hard to find a unique plot coupled with a great storytelling style (though I have been surprised a few times), and for the most part I only read fiction if I'm in serious need of some "mind candy" and none of the non-fictions I have on hand are on fun enough subjects to qualify. Generally, if my good ol' textbook-style non-fictions are starting to feel a little heavy I'll read a memoir or two for a change of pace.
by Deborah Sexton6 years ago
Do You Read Mostly Fiction Or Nonfiction Books?What Categories and why?I always read Nonfiction books because to me life is more fascinating.I read:True Crime..Since my Psychology classes I became interested in the...
by C3 years ago
I am sure that I am not the only one here who enjoys non-fiction.Normally I, of course, read non-fiction books about topics that interest me but I am looking to reading something new!So shoot! What is your favorite...
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