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Spiritual Transformation self help and mysteries. I tend to read a lot of mysteries. The sub genre are cozy mysteries.

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I go through streaks. My favorites are Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Spy/Military Thriller and Historical fiction. I have been known to enjoy a good YA story on occasion and any good contemporary piece of fiction if it sounds interesting. If it sounds like a good story, I'll give it a go. Just started reading "The Blade Itself" by Joe Abercrombie this morning. So far so good!



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It honestly depends on my mood, so I go through phases. The top choices for me are scifi/ fantasy, classic novels, mysteries, and medical thrillers.



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No sci-fi but everything else.



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Fiction-overcoming something, like a tornado, a bad marriage, a person that is not who they say, everything, just about!

Faith is the realization of what is hoped for and evidence of things not seen. (Hebrews 11)


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Mystery and suspense.



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mysteries, fantasy and history

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I love to read Danielle Steel novels for relaxation.

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I'm also a Stephen King fan. My favorite book by him is The Talisman.



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I love books on true crime.



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thrillers or conspiracy theory types stuff.

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I agree @ARCHIMEDESII The novels probably are a bit out there. It has made me so interested in the time period.

I used to love the movie Ever After. After reading the books and doing my own research. I realize what a complete load of bullocks it is. Still like the movie a bit though



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I used to read a lot of history and biography, but now that my (non-work related) reading time is very limited, I more typically read sci fi/fantasy stories to relax.

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I like Steven King. @OBIESMOM2 He can really get in your head.

When I was 11 or 12 my mom let me read a harlequin romance novel. I don't think she realized. She should have known by the picture though.



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Sci fi and fantasy, primarily. Also "popular science" nonfiction and occasionally history.



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Just about anything. But no sci-fi!



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our grandmother ALWAYS read to us. She also got sis & I reading books on our own at a very young age.

I remember that she gave us Jacqueline Susann books to read when we were WAY too young to read that kind of stuff!

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I read Stephen King books when I was in middle school. Salem's Lot scared me so bad! My bed was against the window and I would read late at night when I couldn't sleep. Light from the lamp by my bed would attract moths and the sound of them hitting the window screen when you are reading a book about vampires tapping on windows...
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I like Sci-Fi and Fantasy

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Horror- Stephen King, Dean Koontz
Paranormal romance- Charlaine Harris, Patricia Briggs
Mystery- Charlaine Harris.
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@FAITHP44 I never thought of the Chronicles of Zion being a good TV series but I agree that the series would probably make a good series, especially in today's age of Netflix, HULU, and Amazon Prime shows. I have read several of their series and think most of them would probably be good done as TV.


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I would read book six of the Game of Thrones series, Winds of Winter.

But oh wait. it's NOT out yet.

Come on GRR Martin, where's book six ? It's not like we don't know what's going to happen. LOL

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I've read some of Brock and Bodie Thoene's books years ago (I think it was Chronicles of Zion - definitely set in 2nd world war about a girl who played violin in an orchestra.) I thought they'd make a brilliant TV series. I recently found some more which I downloaded to my kindle.

I recently surprised myself by reading a Jane Austen book (Northanger Abbey) and enjoying it! We had to read Jane Austen at school and I hated it - I don't think I ever read a complete book, and I always failed the English Literature exams. That's the trouble when they make you read books when you're far too young to enjoy them I it puts you off for life.

I do also like some murder mysteries - probably different from the ones you read across the pond. A series I've enjoyed recently have been set in Northumberland, in the North of England and feature Detective Inspector Ryan.

One American Classic that I love is Uncle Tom's Cabin.

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Mandie and MPLAN,

I've read three of Phillipa's novels. I really enjoyed the "Other Boleyn Girl" even though the history was a little exaggerated. I thought it was a good story, but not a good historical fiction. A little too much poetic license was taken, but that's just my
personal opinion. I read Constant Princess, which started out okay. then got really repetitive to the point of annoying.

I did enjoy a Respectable Trade. Thought that was well done. I skimmed her Queen Elizabeth and various War of the Roses related novels. I didn't think they were very good. Which is why they got skimmed.

however, all things being equal, I find Alison Weir's books hit or miss too. Her histories are excellent. Loved the Six Wives of Henry VIII. Enjoyed the War of the Roses and the Princeses in the Tower. Did not like her fiction of the early life of
Elizabeth. Found that to be... meh. I have her biography of Elizabeth of York. That's another... meh. Her Eleanor of Aquitaine bio wasn't bad.

I have read some excellent biographies of Mary Queen of Scots, Antonia Frasier's is still one of the best. John Guy's is very good too.



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Mystery and ones like Harry Potter



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@MLAN613 My mom gave me the Brock and Bodie Thoene books about WW1 and WW2

I have also read the ones about Ireland. I haven't read the ones set in Bible times. I am sure that my mom has them. I will have to read those.

I also love Francine Rivers. I started reading her books, because a while ago. They put a parental warning label on Redeeming Love. Because of the subject matter. So I had to read it to see what all the fuss was about.

Considering that people let their four year olds watch Law and Order SVU. It was much ado about nothing. (I would never let a four year old watch that show)



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I typically read non-fiction. Health books are common reading. Of late I've been reading about vikings and the Normans.

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@MANDIETERRIER1 and @ARCHIMEDESII I love Phillipa Gregory's books! I haven't read any of hers in awhile but I have quite enjoyed the ones I did.

So, yes, I do enjoy historical fiction. I have read several by Brock and/or Bodie Thoene; they have written several with a Biblical focus and several focusing on WWII and the Israeli nation building.

The last few years, I have been reading a series called the Bregdan Chronicles by Ginny Dye. The first book starts just before the Civil War and I am currently on book 10, which is set around 1865/1866. I enjoy the series.

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I have pretty eclectic tastes, but I jump from mysteries (Janet Evanovich and Donna Andrews) to How To craft books to Humor (P.G. Wodehouse). to assorted non-fiction...

Most recent excellent read was "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants " by Malcolm Gladwell



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@ARCHIMEDESII Have you read any of Phillipa Gregory's novels? I love her!

I'm reading Three Sisters Three Queens, right now. It is the best one she has written, so far I think. I do like them all though.

I also like to read history.

I like really good books. I don't like anything silly. I usually avoid summer beach reads for this reason.

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Carl Hiaasen, Stephen King, James Patterson, Dave Barry's novels, Janet Evanovich

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biography, history, cookbooks and various health related subjects that include stuff like food history, food culture (think Michael Pollan), fitness, etc.

I love reading books about the War of the Roses, Henry VIII and the Tudor/Stuart history.


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I love humorous books. Christopher Moore is my favorite author. I also enjoy Fannie Flag.



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My favorite books to read are Mystery's. I have Arora Teagarden Mystery's, and Nancy Drew Mystery's.

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