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Top Ten Tuesday - Genres I Love!

Monday, February 19, 2018

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TTT is hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. But today I am going rogue. I am sharing with you, genres (and sub-genres) that I have decided that I really....REALLY love to read. 

I used to read quite a bit and then life, work, babies...took over my life. And, I may have been pretty adamant about not reading contemporary books and stuck to Historical Fiction (particularly Regency), SOME YA, and EVERYTHING WWII. 

I am proud to say, with the encouragement of my Book Sisters and some AMAZING authors, I have learned to branch out and have actually ENJOYED other genres...*GASP* It's true lol! Scroll down to find out what 10 genres are my...current...favorties...




















9 comments:

  1. Contemporary (or rom com) is without question my go-to genre. Within that, I like adult and YA stories, though WWII (like Sarah Sundin) are usually wins in the historical genre (for me). Even certain novella's are beginning to make their mark on my reading preferences. :)

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  2. I, like you, have a favorite in historicals, although mystery/suspense is a close second. All the better if they are in the same book! But I did branch out to contemporary last year and one of my favs is Pepper Basham! I have a few on my real shelf that I won. I just need to crack them open but I have others I need to read for review. I need more hours in the day! My all time favorite authors are Roseanna White, Kristi Hunter, Sarah Sundin, Tammy Alexander, Julie Klassen, Jessica Dotta, Beth White, Carolyn Miller, Jocelyn Green..............Happy reading!

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    1. Eeep! I have read ALL those...except Jocelyn Green!

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  3. Historical fiction is my all time favorite, with Medieval being my favorite sub-genre. I enjoy most books set during war time (including the Revolutionary War) except for the Civil War for some reason. I also enjoy rom-com's and contemporary novels as well. And I think time-slip novels are the best of both worlds -contemporary and historical in one book!

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    1. Agreed! There are several more historical settings that I would like to explore more.

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  4. Gasp! LOL Historical is my first love but like you, I have branched out. I love many of the books you have posted.

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    1. Hehe it can be scary territory, but worth it in the long run!

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  5. Rachel, for years I only read mystery/suspense. Then I was introduced to historical romance. I've fallen in love the with Regency and Edwardian eras. I also love dual time lines. So many wonderful genres to enjoy!

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