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Old 02-28-2013, 05:16 AM   #313
Rizla
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Originally Posted by bookaho!ic View Post
I have read most things and currently enjoy
Chick Lit
YA/New Adult
Paranormal romance - blame twilight then Kelley Armstrong (love all kelley Armstrong books)
thrillers
Anything with vamps/werewolves
Some of that stuff sounds aimed at the female market. I read some J.D.Robb and Nalini Singh. I thought they both had a lot of merit, but I don't generally much enjoy detective stories (J.D.Robb, though she's clearly a gifted writer), and Nalini Singh was very well constructed, but it ultimately it didn't push my buttons. Perhaps because I am male.

I like YA stuff a lot though, when it's well written.
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