At times, I need a bit of crappy reading to stay relatively sane. I am a fan of the True Crime genre when I've temporarily burned out on actual literature.
Anyone else wish to confess? What do you secretly read?
Hey Lorlie , Tony Hillerman , Navaho police and mystery series , great stuff , however, he died last year. I like them . Or how about James Lee Burke , New orleans police stuff. He's great. Good Luck.
I forgot to mention that when I read these True Crime books, I MUST have pictures! The gorier, the better!
Audiobooks... an easy way to read! Right now I'm listening to a non-fiction... self-help type book. Don't want to say exactly which one but it will be on one of my hubs soon. I also love classics.
I love books about autopsies and that kind of thing; Kathy Reichs, Simon Beckett etc.. And I've read almost every novel by Jackie Collins - I've been her fan since I was about 13.
Oh boy, Camlo-Have you read the autopsy story told by a guy presumed dead who really isn't? He describes the whole ordeal, waiting for the coroner to begin cutting!
Yikes-It's sooooo full of tension.
Dang it, I can't remember the author's name...
I read webcomics. There's one about a pregnant nun that cracks me up. lol
I also confess that I enjoyed the Twilight series. It was fun getting into and being a part of the whole fangirl obsession that swept the nation. When I wasn't reading it, I was thinking of reading it.
I'm also a huge huge HUGE Harry Potter fan, and I am in no way ashamed of it. I've read the series at least seven times all the way through, and am currently reading them all again, even though I just finished.
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