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Which I like to read
Before I could read, the very first ones I liked were: As I was older and could read myself, I liked these books: In addition, I enjoyed reading cards, bios, folk and fairytale literature, writings, poems, the paper and a my mother's mag entitled Morbidity and Mortality Weekly.
Now I read about 50 volumes a year. I' m just checking out my Goodreads.com section to see what I'm up to.
Which I like to read
I' m a reader. I read not only, but also different styles and writers. Downstairs is a nice Do-Dad with which you can look at some of the beautiful I like. I have read many of my favorite reading materials, but I don't like them, or I don't think they match this citation.
In the course of my career I find new writers whose works match my "Oh-I-Love-This-So-Much"-list.
Which kind of book do you like to read?
Which kind of book do you like to read? Will it be action and adventure, excitement, comedy, sci-fi or perhaps even reality? There are many kinds of book I like to read. If I want to flee, my favorites are fancy reading, among them children's novels, and secrets of the kill.
I also like reading non-fiction on topics that interest me, such as Egyptology, Young's psycology, mystery and other rather erotic topics. Also I read "serious" books and classic books, although I don't read too many of them, because I find some of them sober. When it comes to spaceships with a lot of techno-talk.
I am lucky enough to be part of the bookcrossing fellowship and have come across many rarely read and writedit. I have a commented listing of 100 volumes that I consider top reading because I remember them for a long period of my life, sometimes even years after reading them.
Loving them all! Well, I don't read Harry Potter or the vampire literature except Anne Rice. I will read anything that has an action I can get into. There are so many textbooks I like! I like a good bio, or a good politics or classic or I like reading that helps me look at myself (I think you could call it self-help, although I detest the term).
When it has words and pages, I like it very much! and anything interesting. I' m trying to read her and I thought I wouldn't like her, but not badly. A while ago I read a novel entitled "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnegie.
I' m going over some pages of the ledgers. Thirty-four centuries ago, this can still affect today's people. It is one of the most important publishers of all times. I' ve read many youth literature, organised detective stories and historic literature. I' ve nothing against phantasy novels like Harry Potter or sci-fi like the Gone show, but they're not what I would normally keep off a bookshelf if I just saw them there.
I' m also enjoying the casual love story or Chick-Lit. I can' t say whether it is because I have been studying since I was four years old and my soul no longer likes to do this. Now I read only sacred literature - a book that would inspired my inner receptacle and increase my godlike state.
I' m reading the newspapers, but I' m struggling with everything else. While I like to read and write literature, the best thing for me as a teenager is fiction, not because it's more about romance, but because there are some tales that are really trapped in our minds, our minds and our souls.
It'?s a fun one. And I like a story that draws me into so well that I think I'm a part of it. But I like to read a book that lifts my spirits. The majority of the works were written by Christians. I need a book in my mind in which I can study every good topic so that I can use it in my world.
After all, I like to spend my time with the historic love stories. I have so many good ones that I often read the section of the most beloved ones in the Sunday paper. I' m looking at Amazon; what are the most loved ones? I' ve also read some sci-fi textbooks.
For me, a novel is an adventurous experience. I' m reading what I need to know, to help and to improve. Wherever I am, a particular work can be a guide, source of lighting, healing and inspirat. I' m a bibliophile who appreciates the respect of generation of writers and I appreciate every single one.
I' m a reader of different styles. That'?s what I read the most. It is a pleasure for me to read a book that reveals the hypocrisy of the forefathers. I' d always choose good fairy tales..... - Comedy and biography. In essence, a book is a story you associate yourself with. So, I like to read the kind of book that actually relates to my own world.
I also like to read inspiring reading. Those bibliographies that make you stop for a while and think: "The whole wide planet is not such a terrible place. "Whether it's a fictional, non-fiction or a complete romance. In my view, I'm seriously in love with the fictional.
Be it the most wonderful romance novel, "Das Notizbuch" or the sci-fi super hit TV show "Divergent. "As they say, the detail is the magic: this kind of book makes you fell in loving the time. Writing so nicely actually makes you really feeling like a part of the momento.
There are different types of book I like to read. When I think deep, however, I have more passions for non-fiction. It is my pleasure to read populist literature. However, my interest is not limited to non-fiction. I mean, who doesn't like to read a terrible novel on a lone dream? My favorite styles are philosophical and psycho thriller.
Love imagination and YA. But, in the end, my favourite textbook of all times is The Little Prince. There' s so much science and insight in the work that I went to buy a hard cover of it, even though I read it for free onlin. For me, it was magic to read the little prince's adventure, although I'm not sure it was just me.
So far, it's the best work I' ve ever read. In general, I like to read everything from literature to non-fiction, but the only thing I can't get rid of are mystery-tales. I' ve never read a novel that wasn't a real eye-catcher. Phantasy ledgers are also my own cuppa.... even those that are exaggerated.
And I like to read crime stories, comedies and children's literature. and sometimes I think if I were his intern. The most of my interests focus on the rather unnatural category, together with fantasy, fiction, adventure, suspend, etc.. I' m also reading Historical Fiction, if I want to get an insight into past life and how it could have been.
To sum up, I can say that I mainly read fiction with action and adventure in it. I' m reading different styles. Since The Boxcar Children and Sherlock Holmes I can't get enough of detective stories. There are also a lot of thought-provoking and thought-provoking literature. As in Jojo Moyes. It really makes you think about your own lives and what exactly you do with them.
So is Mitch Albom, Billy Coffey and many others. I too am fond of thriller. Just like Alfred Hitchcock. And I like to read the scriptures. Read and listen every day. I' m keen to read as much as possible so that it's simpler to write what I'll never read. A book that puts the author's point of view above the narration of a tale.
and romanticism, but sometimes mysteries. I' ve got a couple of turnstiles devoted to novel writing, why don't you take a look? I read almost all kinds of music except hard-core horrors. My favorite thriller, tension, riddle most... I also like to tell a story of romanticism.
I' m not a big fans of too much realisticism in storytelling; after all, I want to get away from reality for at least a few inches. I' m always into happily ever after ones. So: romantic, suspense, detective, enigma, imagination for me. After all, I like reading Dr. Henry Cloud and John Townsend about borders, relations, family, and dating.
Also, Dr. Henry Wright's textbooks on illness, addiction, rejection, and more. You can read very interesting and life-affirming tales through this application. I have always loved to read, and I read almost everything, although I can't abide it. It is my pleasure to read some romantic adventures with you.
My favourite readings are of criminal or mysterious genres and breathtaking storyline fantasies. I don't like to read sci-fi, but I don't care if it's exciting. So I don't have to spend my free fucking free fucking hours with a sin.
As a biographer, I read many of my stories because I am surprised at how someone from where he starts gets to where he ends. My favourite readings are not too romanticized and too real, but a fusion of the two. Read YA-faction. Especially those triangular novels about romance and the mob.
The most interesting ones are those with psychic beings like Fallen Angels and Daemons. Not only do I like to read about the fight, but about the whole trip, the difficulties they face and how sometimes they are sarcastic. Most of these are good to read.
Literature that shows the invincible mind of man. Literature on languages and communications. When it' not too verbose and off the mark, I really enjoy a well-written work. It' great to find a work that makes you smile like any other of Bill Bryson's work.
The only kind of book I read, I suppose, is the one that lets me get away from it all. At times, the only way to try to assess a character is to read their whole history, rather than a living one whose lives are known only in parts.
To me, what I call escapistic myth is what I strive for. Usually these are either sci-fi or phantasy novels and are mainly referred to as YA-fi. Time travel is one of my top pics. I' m a bibliophile. All sorts of different types of genre I read, but my favorite is romance/triller like marrying me, foreigner.
I also read Jane outten. After all, I like reading all kinds of textbooks, but I like to read tales that help me get out of my work. So I like to look at works of literature on topics such as arts and antiquities so that I can study from them.
I' ve read all types of textbooks. Well, so far I've read more textbooks in the mystery/thriller-family. Voltage is triggering my read push. So far my favorite textbook set in Mystery/Thriller is Sherlock Holmes. When I opened this one, it was as if I couldn't, I laid it down until I completed the whole thing, I hadn't done it for a long while, this one was so pleasant, I like to read those that keep my eye on things.
Featuring classic books like Uncle Tom's Cabin, Tom Sawyer, Huckleberry Finn, The Great Gatsby, Catcher in the Rye and many more. Also I like romantic stories, romantic books, politics, sociology and history.