What type of books are your favorite?

@trm820 (222)
United States
December 6, 2008 7:40pm CST
Personally I enjoy romance novels. I also like vampire ones, as well as mystery, and horror. So tell me, what are yours?
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@Thumper11 (662)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I love romance novels about vampires and other mystical creatures. You should try Christine Feehan. She writes paranormal romance novels. Her dark series have carpathians in them, which are half vampire, half human. It's kinda a neat variation of the vampire. I really like her books. she also writes about witches too. I recommend her books.
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• United States
7 Dec 08
I enjoy Christine Feehan as well. She is a great writer and able to really draw you into the worlds she portrays in her novels.
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I read all of Christine Feehan's Dark series, except for the latest one, Dark Curse. I like the series as long as I don't read them consecutively because the heroes sometimes seem to blend together, making it difficult to differentiate. I'm more partial towards her Ghostwalker's series. Love the Norton twins and Jesse Calhoun.
@snowy22315 (50870)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I like horror novels probab ly the best. They are very entertaining to me. I think they are great really.
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@wolfie34 (26793)
• United Kingdom
12 Jan 09
I love detective novels they are my favourite as I like to work out who the villain is and who the killer is, usually I get it right, I guess I read lots of them. My favourite is a Scottish detective called Rebus. The author is Ian Rankin, if you like detective novels then I would definitely recommend him. I used to like horror stories like Shaun Hutson, Stephen King and Richard Laymon but now I stick to detective books.
@liisafiat (660)
• Latvia
14 Dec 08
Good question. Well, I like to read poetry. And travel experiences, books of adventures. At the moment I read a book about robots, so it might be "Fantastics" type of book. What else...News?
• Philippines
14 Dec 08
i love cheesy romance novels a lot and inspirations stories where i can learn from it and inspired me more. happy mylotting!!!
@ElicBxn (60895)
• United States
14 Dec 08
I like science fiction/fantasy and some mysteries. ACTUALLY, I feel most science fiction hardly rates as a seperate catagory anymore, there are sf/romances, sf/mysteries, sf/horror, but few that are pure science fiction any more. Not to say none are, but few are.
@lhenax15 (117)
• Philippines
8 Dec 08
I love romance and mystery novels. I also enjoy horror books. :D
• Bahrain
8 Dec 08
I'm really a sucker for classicals! My bookcase is filled with classical books, just a rare few other variaties and those are small one-hour books :p but other than classical books I really adore detective and mystery novels ^w^ but all of them that I have except for one are all Sherlock Holmes stories, which falls under the classical tag too!
@dodo19 (33316)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
8 Dec 08
I would definitely have to say murder mystery/detective novels. Always has been my favorites. I've been enjoying them since I was a kid. There's something about them that intrigues me and has kept me hooked.
@afdinki (83)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I like to read mystery, self-help, fitness, computer, and suspense filled books. The books I read generally fall into one of those categories.
@charles63 (146)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I was interested in science fiction, especially the short stories and novellas in Gardner Dozois annual collections, but recently I find them a little too disorienting and am looking for books more reality-based. I've gravitated recently toward mysteries and espionage books. I'm currently reading John le Carre's "The Tailor of Panama" and have just bought Christopher Reich's "The First Billion". I was impressed by excerpts that I read of his current bestseller "Rules of Deception". I've also enjoyed a couple of Michael Connelly's mysteries.
• United States
7 Dec 08
I am a huge fan of paranormal romances. I read more books of that genre than any other. I also like historical, romance or not. I read one of queen elizabeth I and loved it and recently finished a fictional book about a womans life after the civil war. Good stuff.
@TheAgent (221)
• United States
7 Dec 08
Any book that has to do with making money. I enjoy reading biographies of the riches people also. Warren Buffet, Donald Trump, and Robert Kiyosaki are all very motivating biographies. They make you want more money to be able to live the life they have.
@CRSunrise (2964)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I like to read romance books mostly, but my absolute favorites of the genre is the Time Travel Romance Novels. You get to travel to a different time and learn about another era in time. It'd be neat to be able to do the same.
@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
7 Dec 08
Hi Trm, I enjoy reading mystery, crime and horror, though I'm not a fan of romance stories. I really like those which involves forensic investigations or police procedurals, like Jeffrey Deaver's (Lincoln Rhyme) and Ed McBain's (87 precinct) novels.
@wayz12 (2059)
• United States
7 Dec 08
I love paranormal romance novels. They are romance novels with fantastic elements, like vampires, werewolves, demons, fairies, etc. I don't read horror books, but I'll settle for some good mystery and/or adventure. Right now, in the PNR genre, my favorite authors are JR Ward, Kresley Cole, Karen Marie Moning, Christine Feehand and Jacquelyn Frank. I also like Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake series. If you like vampires, there are plenty of yummy vampires in her series. Jean Claude is just HAWT!!!...LOL!
• United States
7 Dec 08
My favorite books are historical romance. I love the ones with actual historical figures and facts. I will read just about any genre though. Regular romance with paranormal and mysteries are second and third favorites. I also love reading about history. Actually, I practically read anything I can get my hands on. Who are your favorite romance novelists? I love Bertrice Small and Linda Lael Miller.