Fiction or non-fiction?
I’m just making it hard on myself picking this question. I love both fiction and non-fiction but if I have to choose I’d have to pick non-fiction. I know I’m probably in the minority with that but I also think the people who know me a little bit won’t be surprised by this? I’ve always loved the genre ever since I was a kid. My favorite kind of nonfiction related to history, especially ancient history but I’ve also been known to read some inspirational nonfiction as well.
These are some of my favorite nonfiction books. I’d recommend all of them very highly!
Background noise/music or silence
I’m very particular about background noise and/or silence when I read. When I’m reading at home I need absolute silence when I read. I can’t stand background noise or music then but when I read in a public place like on the bus or train I don’t mind background noise so much. I don’t know if this is weird or not… LOL
One or multiple POV’s?
Multiple for sure! I don’t exactly mind one POV but I think with multiple the story is much more interesting than with just one. Honestly, the more POVs the better for me.
Classic or contemporary?
I’m gonna have to go for contemporary. This isn’t my most read genre but I don’t read a lot of classics (although I do have my favorites) but I enjoy contemporary books more, especially dark romance à la Pepper Winters.
These are some of my favorite contemporary books. I’d also recommend all of them very highly!
Library or bookshop?
Bookshop! The library in my town isn’t very good, to be honest. They don’t have a lot fo English books, mostly on the classics. And they never have any of the new releases, unfortunately. The bigger library in the city I live close by is a little better but I wouldn’t say they have the best books either so I’m kind of forced to buy most of the books I read. Also, on the rare occassion that I have borrowed books I felt a little pressued because they had to be read by a certain point and I didn’t like that feeling very much.