What's your go-to genre?

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Re: What's your go-to genre?

Post by rar04 » 22 Dec 2016, 06:05

My go to would be fantasy. Books that will take me to places out of this world !!

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Post by Maddie4 » 22 Dec 2016, 10:08

My go to genre is fiction. Anything and everything fiction. Use fantasy/adventure but some times I like to read horror. Got to give respect to Stephen King. Love reading horror books as well. But my go to is always fiction, just so I can escape this world and be taken into a different one and to forget all of my problems and struggles.

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Post by angelbeats1 » 22 Dec 2016, 20:18

My go to genre is probably romance. I feel like romance is relatable because we've all had crushes at some point. Reading romance just relaxes me and distracts me from the lack of real romance in my life haha. Also, I feel like romance is a good base for anything. Its the genre of all genres. Other topics tend to revolve around romance.

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Post by losingsleepoverbooks » 24 Dec 2016, 23:07

My go-to genre is romance with a hint of the supernatural. :) I especially like the stories that start off with two main characters that hate each other but then they begin to like each other. Also, I like the supernatural genre because of the interesting creatures authors are able to come up with. It makes the books intriguing and who doesn't like romance anyway? :)

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Post by rvenkat » 25 Dec 2016, 01:51

My go-to genre is usually 'non-fiction'. I also like mystery, action and thrillers.

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Post by va2016 » 26 Dec 2016, 03:24

My go-to genre is romance.

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Post by Charles1980 » 26 Dec 2016, 11:38

My Favorite go to Genre is Sci-Fi. I like this type due to the limitless fantasy you can have with it. Most stories of fantasy limit to one world a couple of known creatures and so forth. With the Sci-Fi Genre you can add species and planets full XYZ axis and so forth. The imagination is limitless. One of my favorites are the Armor Series which i bought because of the cover. It is for me a way to pull completely away from reality and delve into a world i will unfortunately never see.

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Post by Triciastime » 26 Dec 2016, 13:56

Thrillers, love ,love the excitement. I also enjoy historical
Bio's enjoy those akso. I am in the process of publishing my family's genealogy. All self published

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Post by Rose Daugherty » 26 Dec 2016, 17:27

Exciting mysteries! I prefer down-home old fashioned settings.

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Post by LauraMc29 » 26 Dec 2016, 18:20

I like novels that are realistic to real life. I like to read about women that I can relate to or empathize with their situation. I don't want to read about the happy ending because that's not realistic. So, I guess I'm all over the place with what I read, but I do tend to read more novels written by female authors.

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Post by 18emeraldskies » 26 Dec 2016, 18:46

Any type of young adult fantasy, paranormal, supernatural romance. But then again I'm a sixteen year old girl *sigh*.

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Post by Fluffy » 26 Dec 2016, 22:04

My go to genre is generally, true stories, biographies and autobiographies.

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Post by the biblophile » 26 Dec 2016, 22:11

19th Century Literature. If I am having a difficult time deciding what to read I pick up one of my volumes of Chekhov short stories.

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Post by Rose Daugherty » 27 Dec 2016, 08:42

I like mysteries based on true events.

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A toss up between sci-fi and mystery. Love them both.

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Post by jksmith4 » 27 Dec 2016, 23:16

My go-to genre is probably romantic love stories, but something with a little spice. I enjoy reading those the most for myself. However, I really love children's books as well, and anything that I can read to my child is a wonderful thing.

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