Happy Tuesday, readers!
Have you changed as a reader? I think I have. And I am loving the next topic that talks about how I’ve evolved my reading habits.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. This week’s prompt is changes in our reading life. I’ve been waiting for this topic, and I am excited to see how everyone has changed over the years.
Have fun reading!
I Read More Romance
Weird, huh? Probably two or three years ago, I wouldn’t have picked up a romance book. Now though, I enjoy reading this genre. It doesn’t matter if the book is paranormal or contemporary. I love romance books, which I never thought I’d say.
While I Love YA, NA and Adult Books Are Appealing
I still adore reading YA. But as I get older, I find the NA and adult genres more appealing. I connect with the main characters who are dealing with the same situations I’m going through.
I Go on More Book Binges, Depending on the Series or Book
When I was younger, I did go on some book binges, but I never had many during the year. Once I got older, I feel I fall into binges more frequently than I used to, especially if the series is in one of my favourite genres.
I Actually Love Science Fiction Now
I love watching sci-fi movies and shows. But that love didn’t always translate into books. I didn’t always feel a bond between me and the storyline. Now, that connection has changed, and I rather love reading science fiction books.
I’m Not Picky over the Book’s Format
Whether it’s hardcover or paperback, I don’t care what the book’s format is. I just want to read. Years ago though, that was a different story. I hated reading mass paperbacks or even regular paperbacks. I was strictly a hardcover reader. That’s changed though. I love paperbacks of all kinds, and I’m not so picky about what I read.