I like reading fiction, especially YA, OA (Old Adult) or NA (new adult). Annnd I'm def a fantasy lover. Paranormal, epic, realism with a splash of fantasy, re-made/re-invented fairy tales.... yeah that's my GROOVVEEEEEE. But I do like reading Biographies and sometimes historical manuscripts. Christopher Reeve had an amazing life, as did Michael Oher, the kid whose life was turned into the movie "The Blind Side". Good stuff!
Sorry to say abbeeroad I didn't enjoy "The Paris Wife"
I quit half way through and just skimmed the rest. It went onnn and oonnnnnn >_< There are exactly three books though that I find the MOVIES are better than, which is rare: "Julie and Julia", "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" and "Practical Magic." J and J I couldn't even finish. The overall tone of the book in the beginning was kinda depressing and angry and I couldn't get past that. And there are three books I would burn on my grill for kindling if ever given: Catcher in the Rye, Cry the Beloved Country, and Waiting for Godot. Seriously. They'd be charcoal