What makes up your non-human family?
My family owns a dog. That’s about it.
Why do you read the genre that you do? What draws you to it?
I love reading historical fiction because I just love all the pretty dresses (I’m a fancy dress kind of girl) and I love the etiquette that used to exist back then – of course, this applies to regency romances. As for other historical novels, I love that in the process of reading, I learn about history.
Science fiction is always fun to read because it makes me speculate as to whether or not the things discussed in the book can really happen. I love imagining the what if’s.
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Hi, I am actually stopping by from the Book chat today. I am a new follower and I love your blog name!
I go more for paranormal and fantasy but I will read some historical fiction.
I stopped by from FF.
Just hopping by! Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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P.S. – I am a new follower.
Hopping through. I love historical fiction too. Ann Rinaldi was my fav when I was younger. I should go back and read more.
Another HP fan! I love historical fiction, too, it’s one of my favorite genres though I can’t just pick one.
I like historical fiction too – though I tend to read most anything YA! I love the look of your blog! I’ll be looking around a bit now!
Thanks for your recommendations for my ‘Read Outside Your Comfort Zone” Challenge – I will check into those!
And LOL, the pretty dresses are one reason I like historical fiction too (especially Victorian-era books)!
I love YA Historical Romance too, but I can never seem to find any, apart from The Luxe series, which has awesome dresses on the covers! They’re really good =] And I’ve just recently finished my first sci-fi book, I loved it, and will definitely be reading more =]
Was just wondering if you could stop by my blog and fill in my form about a new meme idea that I’ve had? If you have the time, that’d be great. =] Thanks!
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Rot & Ruin and Patient Zero by Jonathan Maberry!