I meet with a small group of reader friends about once a month. We talk about books we’ve read, books on our TBR list, anything and everything to do with books. We call ourselves the Bookmooks. Don’t ask how we came up with the name. I think we decided on it because it caused the most laughter. We’ve had an ongoing debate concerning readers and I figured I’d bring the question to all of you to help settle it.
Do genre readers read only one genre? Some in the group believe that romance readers read only romance or mystery readers read only mystery and specific ones at that. They believe that historical romance readers don’t read contemporaries or cozy mystery readers don’t read hard-core mysteries. Not that any of the group feels there’s anything wrong with that; you read what you like.
But others argue that readers are readers and will read almost anything, though the majority thinks that die-hard, non-fiction readers don’t bother to read fiction.
So here’s your chance to chime in and give your opinion which would be greatly appreciated and just might help settle the debate. 🙂
Also the Bookmooks were wondering if you would like them to recommend a book or two a month… any genre … for me to post on my blog.
So please share your opinion the Bookmooks can’t wait to hear from you and some of them can’t wait to say I told-you-so. 🙂