Where did the week go? It's already time for another book blogger hop.
The blogger hop is hosted by Crazy-for-Books. If you're a book blogger looking for new books to read, more blogs to explore, and to spread the word about your own blog, head on over to the hop and check it out. Be sure to follow the rules!
This week's question from Lori is:
“Many of us primarily read one genre of books, with others sprinkled in. If authors stopped writing that genre, what genre would you start reading? Or would you give up reading completely if you couldn’t read that genre anymore?”
I mostly read historical fiction -- any time period but my favorite is medieval. Historical fiction is my go-to read when I'm looking to relax, to escape -- I pretty much know that when I pick up one of these novels there's a good chance I'll enjoy it. I do read other genres though, a little bit of everything. If I was suddenly deprived of historical fiction, I think I would resort to the classics as my genre of choice, still with little bits of everything else sprinkled in. Why "the classics"? Because I have a to-read list that stretches out to infinity of classics that I want to read before I die. I'll never have time to get to them all. But if I couldn't read any more historical fiction, I could put a bigger dent in that classics pile.