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you are what you read

image from Ginger at GReads!

you guys, this is my fave meme. and it's not just because i think Ginger is amazing or because tons of bloggers are linking up each week or because the image is so cute. it's not even because i love the word meme (which i pronounce may-may in my head). it's because some seriously rad questions are asked and everyone provides some insightful and funny responses. yeah, it's pretty cool.

this week the lovely Ginger asks:

Book Associations: Which genre, authors, or particular books do you think people associate with your reading style?

well, judging by my 'genre breakdown' widget on the side of the blog, i'd say i'm definitely a Fantasy Genre type of gal. i think for the most part, people would agree that if it has some sort of supernatural element or twist, i'm game to give it a read.

but for funsies, let's look at my top five labels for book review genres, shall we? yeah, we shall.

1. Fantasy. yeah, i dig the fantasy. this includes sci-fi fantasy, btw. and vampires and zombies and all that jazz. i like the supernatural, i like the paranormal, and i like the creativity of world building and mythos involved in that style of writing. 
2. Mystery. i like to keep guessing! surprise me with twists and turns and you've won my bookish heart.
3. Coming of Age. as i've said before, this is my favorite thing about YA novels. starting out as one person and discovering your true self along the way. i love the transformation that's almost inherent in YA literature and i never cease to find it inspiring and enjoyable.
4. Historical Fiction. not so  much as of late, but i do enjoy a period piece. looking at you, Pride and Prejudice!  oxoxo
5. Romance. this one really surprised me. i think it mostly has to do with the fact that so many books include romance in some form or fashion. or maybe that i've been getting pressured into reading more contemporary romances as of late...not that i'm complaining!

what about you? which genre's define you as a reader? are there any that you're hoping to branch out into in the future? 

be sure to link it up over at GReads! today and see what others had to say!

Lisa is a gamer, crafter, fangirl, mother, wife and unabashed nerd who is pretty ridiculous and it's best you know that up front. When she's not binge watching Netflix or crafting into the wee hours of the night, you can find her spending a lot of her time on Pinterest and Twitter.


  1. I put you with fantasy :) Game of Thrones and Chaos Walking :)

  2. I love all of those genres as well, my favorite is historical fiction.
    I am a new follower.

  3. FANTASY IS SO GOOD AND EPIC AND THE GIRLS ARE ALWAYS SO KICK-BUTT. Further proof that you are so my brotha from another motha.

  4. You definitely come to mind when ever there is a supernatural element throw in to a book. Hello, Shatter Me?! ;-) and I am only pushing the GOOD contemporary romances on to you! hehe

  5. I have never done a Zombie book. I should really get on that. I enjoy fantasy also, but don't do it a ton for some reason...And I think we all love a little romance ;) That's just good times to read!

  6. Jacinda - thanks! :)
    Anne - yay for hist fic lovers!
    Anna - IT'S SO TRUE. girls in fantasy are usually more developed and awesome and better in every way.
    Ginger - you get me. Shatter Me was EXACTLY my flavor.
    Librarian - Zombies are surprisingly good reads!

  7. I totally see you with the supernatural, i am there to girl love me some supernatural reads.

    Check out my TGIF?

    I love pride and prejudice too!!!!!

  8. Thanks for stopping by my blog :) I love your header, your owl is very cute.
    New follower <3

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