what kind of book you read most of the time?

January 12, 2009 10:21am CST
hello myloters... what knid of books you read most of time i mean are u read the same kind of book al the times.. or you read according to time's situations. I always want to read some joke books with some spritual books.. what is your experience with differ time? thanks
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@jasmin69k (103)
• Australia
7 Feb 09
i love to read books like mythology and am a romantic person so i also love to buy and read some kinda all about love..and sometimes if am on my mood i also real suspense one..
@fishpool (186)
• China
20 Jan 09
i like reading books about fiction and love.sometmes i read some about encouragement or engshi studying.i want to improve myself but not only to entertain i like reading ,yeah,i think so.but sometimes i found i cant improve by reading.i think i havent a good habit of reading.can you give me some suggestions if you have some ?
@lazeebee (5468)
• Malaysia
13 Jan 09
I think my favorite genres have never changed. I've enjoyed reading stories on crime, murder mysteries and horror since young. I've tried reading romance stories in my high school, but found it unrealistic and rather silly, so didn't continue with that!
@dodo19 (33678)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
12 Jan 09
I'm a murder mystery fanatic! I read murder mysteries all the time! Those are the type of books that intrigue me the most. I've been reading them ever since I was a kid, for some reason. When I go to the book store, that is the section that people have a good chance of finding me.
• United States
12 Jan 09
I read a variety of books from history books, devotionals, to romance. My favorite books to read are historical romances. I like the ones that include real facts and people in the storyline. It makes history come alive for me. I'll read almost anything though, when time allows.
@SomeCowgirl (32270)
• United States
12 Jan 09
I enjoy books about mystery and murder, as well as romance and cowboys. Right now my fiance and I are reading a book by Nora Roberts, entitled "True Betrayals" it's a great book about life on a farm (a horse farm), about love, and about betrayal... I can't really say how often the genre of my reading changes, I don't read that often as it is, but if I had to guess, I'd say I change genre of books maybe every book.