Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Wednesdays Question

It's Wednesday so that means it's question time. There isn't a right or wrong answer to this question as everyone has different opinions on any given issue.

So here's this weeks question: What is your favorite type of books?
I love the mystery/crime novels the very best. I can't say that I have a favorite author, but I love James Patterson, Dean Koontz, Lisa Gardner, Johnathan Kellerman, John Sandford and Nora Roberts, and just for fun Janet Evanovich.
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26 comments:

  1. WOW! what a hard question to answer. I read most all genres so I honestly do not have a specific type that I like more than others. However if I had to pick I would say historical romance that has to be set in Regency England or before.
    Thanks

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  2. I like a good book with a lot of short stories in them :) Like the flowing river by Paulo Coelho.. Robert Fulghum.. and a few more.

    Have a great day Sandee!

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  3. back in my college days I enjoyed suspense thriller type of books..now I love all Nicholas Sparks books :D romance/comedy is what I preferred today aside from the inspirational books I read from time to time.

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  4. I like a variety: historical fiction, Christian fiction if it has some depth to it and not a predictable ending from the start, mystery/thriller and sports/coaching or general fiction. I'm really not picky. I like YA too--Distopian and some science fiction on occasion.

    I like books with characters I care about and action or suspense. I like some non-fiction too!

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  5. Criminal, mystery, suspense, thriller and medical. Yup, that's my taste in books :) I also enjoy a good autobiography.
    Have a great Wednesday, Sandee!

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  6. Mysteries and non fiction

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  7. Oh gosh, so many books so little time! I'm a mystery/thriller reader. Favorite authors -- Preston and Childs, Susan Wittig Albert, Laura Childs, Clive Cussler, Tamar Myers, Janet Evanovich, Susan Brockmann (sp?), just to name a few.

    I call those "book candy"

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  8. my favorite author is anne rivers siddons and her southern stories but i love mysteries too. like patricia cornwell.

    smiles, bee
    xoxoxoxoxo

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  9. I am a cookbook fanatic, but I love to read romance, modern day fiction, Dannielle Steele, Nicholas Sparks.

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  10. I like thrillers with a hint of fantasy. Or fiction inspired by history.

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  11. I'm boring. I read history, technical dissertations, text books, that sort of thing. Very Little fiction anymore, though I did read it awhile back.

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  12. John Grishom and John Sanders...keep me turnin the page...

    PLU from SSF

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  13. I love a combination of books mystery/adveture/thrillers. Clive Cussler has all that in his books.

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  14. It has to be a good thriller or a murder mystery, something along those lines...

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  15. Mysteries are my very favorite.

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  16. CIVIL WAR HISTORY BOOKS----JUST AN OLD SOUTHERN FORMER HISTORY TEACHER.

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  17. I love any type of book that keeps me from wanting to put it down. Books with too much "fluff" bore me - give me a good story! I like anything from James Patterson (I've read all his books) to Debbie Macomber.

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  18. I really like Nicholas Sparks books.

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  19. In recent years I have mainly read inspirational books and books about twin loss. However when I read non-fiction I like books by Danielle Steel. I hope you have had a good Wednesday Sandee!

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  20. Mysteries, historical, comedy, romance...so many books, so little time. I am an admitted readaholic, who would rather read than eat. Srsly. I do both together quite often:)

    Big hugs, honey...

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  21. History. The real history, not libtard revisionist crap.

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  22. Since my favorite books were written by J.R.R. Tolkien, you'd think it would be fantasy, but I also enjoy biblical prophesy, romantic comedy, adventure...oh, much to much to list!

    Um... not so much history. :)

    Big hugs xoxo

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  23. That is a really hard question, because I like to read pretty much anything. I would answer any book that can keep me on the edge of my seat and not want to put it down.

    Have a wonderful day Sandee ((HUGS))

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  24. I like a good mystery since i moved on from Enid Blyton ;-)

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  25. I have to go with mystery as well. It's always been one of my favorites.

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