Thursday, September 8, 2011

Book Blogger Hop: Sep 9

Book Blogger Hop

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This weeks question asks: 

“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 hope it never comes to that. *shudders* You see this authors? Keep on writing YA . YA shall not die! Keep up the good work! We appreciate you and love you ! ( and add lots of adoration added to the mix)

I think I would start reading most likely after YA fiction is historical fiction or maybe romance. I have a soft spot somewhere deep in my heart for them. I have always loved history especially historical fiction and when i was younger I had a soft spot for them.


  1. Hopping by...Come by and read my hop answer as well as enter the two giveaways at the end of the post @ Ashley Suzanne!

  2. I never liked history when I was in school, but as I've gotten older, I can't seem to get enough of historical fiction! Weird, huh? I guess it just wasn't interesting enough in the textbook version!! :) But, the way an author can portray it makes me WANT to know more about the time period. I love it! :)
    Happy Hopping!

  3. While I sometimes like to read historical fiction, I prefer it as a part of YA novels. :D If authors would stop writing YA (which is a horrible thought), I think I'd read chick lit.

    Just saw your blog for the first time. Very lovely. I'm a new follower. :)

    Carina @ Fictional Distraction

  4. Please don’t be shocked but this week I’ve got a straightforward, cut and dried answer to this week’s question... for a change!

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