Booklr Questions – What is your favorite genre?

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What is your favorite genre?

Since I was a child, fantasy has always spoken to me. When I was scared, or anxious, about something I could escape to another world – one that was full of wondrous things, like talking dragons, and beings that could travel between worlds.

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The books I remember most from my childhood are books like Patricia Wrede’s Enchanted Forest Chronicles, A Wrinkle in Time by Madeline L’Engle, and Kenneth Grahame’s The Wind in the Willows.

I still love to pick up fantasy novels whenever I can, though I have been expanding my reading choices over the last year or so, reading lots of memoirs, and bits of historical fiction.

What type of books speak to you?

2 thoughts on “Booklr Questions – What is your favorite genre?”

  1. What kind of books speak to me? The kind with words in, lol. I read just about anything except shape-shifters, vampires and zombies. But I must admit I read a lot of mystery novels, and I love children’s classics to relax with! Also like auto/biographies, diaries and correspondence–“I was there” books. (Or maybe I’m just nosy and like to read other people’s mail!)
    Lately I’ve been challenging myself to step outside my comfort zone and read new things. That’s what got me hooked on Murakami and Qui Xiaolong (though his Inspector Chen Cao is still a police detective!).

    1. Have you read the Inspector Pendergast novels by Preston & Lee. I quite enjoy them, though they do have quite a bit of weird spooky stuff in them.

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