Just curious. For me, I like to read basically anything that sounds interesting and has a good plot.
I enjoy stories that have a sense of truth to them. The characters are generally individuals that I can believe in and trust. The plot line should captivate me and transport me to times and places I have never experienced and never will on my own timeline. Mysteries have recently captivated me and short stories always grab me quick and hard.
I've always been a science fiction or fantasy guy I guess, with some modern fiction thrown in there as well. However, every once in a while something different catches me. The last things to get me were historical fiction, and experimental stuff like Kurt Vonnegut.
I'd typically say that I'm a fan of just about every genre, as long as there's a catching storyline and believable characters, but my bookshelves are full of paranormal, science-fiction, mysteries, dystopian, and romance novels. I like a mix, but I tend to be drawn toward these genres the most.
I like books of both fantasy and paranormal fiction the best. However, I do read quite a lot of factual books as well. I will read any book regardless of genre if it seems interesting and grabs my attention.
by SJ Rose 2 years ago
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by Zara Rasul 5 years ago
Do you prefer reading works of fiction or mostly non-fiction?In you opinion, what's the best work of fiction or non-fiction you have ever read?
by rebekahELLE 4 years ago
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by Janis Goad 5 years ago
Do you prefer reading books in paper or e-reader form, like Kindle or Kobo, and why?
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by Alan R Lancaster 6 years ago
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