Booking Through Thursday…Branching Out…

Booking Through Thursday

These questions made me stop and think for a while…before I remembered…

Name a book you love in a genre you normally don’t care for.

Actually it’s a series. Christian Fiction is the genre…can you guess what it is?

It’s the Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins. It’s not necessarily that it’s a genre I don’t care for as much as it’s a genre I just don’t read. I didn’t read them when they first came out either. I think the first 7 or 8 books were out already when their popularity really hit, and I read them one after the other. (There are 16 books in total, including 3 prequels ).

What made you decide to read it?

Word of mouth, and I was seeing them everywhere.

Did it make you want to try more in that genre?

I did try another book or two in the same genre, but they never really sparked my interest.

What genre do you avoid reading and why?

I’m not into the military genre at all.

So peeps…what about you?

Tamie Xo

2 thoughts on “Booking Through Thursday…Branching Out…

  1. shay aka 50shayds says:

    I cant answer those q’s. Mostly because i was never a big reader. But i am totally avoiding slash. I just cant bring myself to read it. But that may change when i read lover at last. Lol but i doubt it.

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  2. jaimmie says:

    I would have to say It is also a series the BDB series by JR Ward. I can re-read the series over and over again.

    The one type of genre I avoid are biographies because it never keeps my interest

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