Read Any Good Books Lately? 

Share with me! 

Your old favorites, your new favorites, what’s on your to-be-read list. 

Share a review or make a suggestion. 

Whats your favorite genre? 

Who’s your favorite author? 

Bookworms, unite! 


7 thoughts on “Read Any Good Books Lately? 

  1. I love reading! I’m reading my first Philippa Gregory novel, “Three Sisters, Three Queens.” I love historical fiction, especially the medieval, WWII, and Napoleonic eras. I’m also in the middle of reading Neil Gaimon’s “American Gods” (scifi). My favorite author? Hmm, Austen, Ken Follet, Ted Bell, Herman Wouk. There are too many! What about you?

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    • I honestly can’t say I have a favorite! I’m such a genre hopper and read in spurts. My guilty pleasure is chick-lit lol! Sophia Kinsella-Shopaholic style. I’ve also been into reading about midwifery lately, both fiction and non-fiction. (Auto)Biographies are also favorite. I have quite a few classics on my list for my next library trip. Austen and Bronte… Jane Eyre never gets old!

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  2. I’m actually a book reviewer so my TBR pile is too large to list here. However, my favorite genre is fantasy, specifically urban fantasy. Yes, I know they’re just junk books, but at this time in my life I need easy peasy, no brainer type of books. haha! They’re my escape reads. 😀

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    • I know exactly what you mean when you say easy peasy books. I love those too. Some books can leave you feeling SO emotionally charged (or drained!), and I get enough of that just by making dinner lol! Sometimes you just want simple words and a little quiet time.


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