2. What is one book you think every person should read at least once in their life? Why?
4. Do you listen to audiobooks? Do you look for the same things in an audiobook that you do in one you’ll read?
-I have never listened to an audiobook, but I would love to give it a try. It would be nice for long car rides.
5. Can you suggest a book of each type for others to try:
Fantasy – I don’t read fantasy.
Nonfiction – The only nonfiction books I’ve read are presidential books. The most recent was Decision Points.
Fiction – Anything by Nora Roberts, Adriana Trigiani or Kate Morton. I also really enjoyed What Alice Forgot by Liane Moriarty.
Romance – I really enjoyed The Inn Boonsboro trilogy and The Bide Quartet by Nora Roberts.
Classics – The Secret Garden and Pride and Prejudice are my favorites.
Young Adult – I don’t typically read YA, but I really enjoyed The Hunger Games trilogy and of course Harry Potter.
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London and cupcakes? Sounds like my kind of book!
Kate @ Another Clean Slate says
Loved the Boonsboro trilogy- and What Alice Forgot! Will need to check out the others.
Megan C. Stroup says
I think a book about your dog's adventures sounds adorable! And I guess you could count Harry Potter as fantasy right? Those types of series are really the only "fantasy" I read, too.
I have tried about 4 different times now to read Pride and Prejudice. I just can't get into it. I want to read it, but it just hasn't happened.
When I was younger, I wanted to be an author. The idea still sounds fun to this day, but then the lazy part of me thinks that it sounds like a lot of work to get published and promote your book. 🙂
Taylor Bradford says
Cupcake cafe sounds like my kind of book! 🙂 I like audiobooks for long car rides but only if the speaker is engaging. Sometimes it's hit or miss. Thanks for linking up!!