When visiting the library which section do you head towards?

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Post by untiltomorrow_28 » 14 Jul 2014, 01:54

Historical Romance usually. Or just plain historical fiction. I do love being transported into a world the is not modern and the is still relatable to today.

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Post by Reshmi » 14 Jul 2014, 06:59

Fiction it is!!!!!

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Post by deanel » 14 Jul 2014, 07:44

thriller,suspense and adventure.never detective or serial crime

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Post by ipekbunsal » 26 Aug 2014, 11:20

I jump right into the art direction or foreign language (my mother language is Turkish)
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Post by han87 » 30 Aug 2014, 22:26

Science fiction and fantasy. Thriller, adventure and detective novels are the backup choice if pickings are slim in sci fi and fantasy.
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Post by RebekaV » 31 Aug 2014, 19:07

I usually head for the non-fiction section of the library as I read most of my other books on Kindle or buy them at bookstores which I already know are good books. I also request most of my fiction only so I only have to pick it up when I'm in the library. But I do not want to waste money and time on bad non-fiction books, so I go over them at the library before taking them out.
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Post by MatthewAlexander » 06 Sep 2014, 13:41

When I'm alone I go for the young adult section. On occasion though I'm with my siblings so I'll be all over the library: the fantasy, sports, and children's sections.

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Post by Brianaporter » 06 Sep 2014, 14:12

Realistic fiction, historical fiction, and autobiographies for me.
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Post by WinterCandyMints » 17 Oct 2014, 22:19

Manga. Comics. I love graphic novels that have a deeper meaning or unexpected, underlying message.

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Post by craftshley » 17 Oct 2014, 22:23

Young adult fiction. Always. Then to new releases for ya fiction and adults. Then DVDs and CDs. But always ya fiction first.

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Post by ssams001 » 17 Oct 2014, 23:39

I always head straight to the mystery section first.

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Post by Norma_Rudolph » 18 Oct 2014, 00:35

Usually the Science Fiction section but sometimes the new books grab me and I read about any odd thing.

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Post by mellysw » 18 Oct 2014, 01:16

I...I don't have a specific section I head for. Well, at least not after I drop my return books off lol.

No really, I don't. I...stroll. And eventually take a random turn. And start looking. And then when it is time to move on (I just know when its time) I start strolling again.

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Post by TrivarnaH » 18 Oct 2014, 01:41

The fiction section.

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Post by Greeneyedphotogirl79 » 18 Oct 2014, 08:16

New fiction! I always veer right to the new section to see what new goodies are out on the shelf :)

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