Since, I like to have discussions on this blog and the A-Z challenge is quickly becoming a never-ending episode of the 'Melissa Show', I wonder how you would answer these questions:
1. If you could only choose one genre to read for the rest of your life what would that genre be?
I would choose literary fiction. I have always gravitated towards character driven stories. I don't mind stories that are hard to read or that make me think. And when I write, I am most interested in exploring complex relationships between people and the emotional journies we take through life. I enjoy many genres, but when I walk into the bookstore, there are certain kinds of literary fiction books I immediately want to devour. The realistic ones. Books about people and the things they do.
2 What is a genre you rarely read but wish you read more of?
For me, it would be memoir. When I do sit down to read an interesting memoir, I can not put it down. As I've said above, I like true-life stories, so it's no wonder that this a genre that appeals to me. I hope to read more of it.
I'm curious to hear your answers! :-)