kaleran Writer's Block: Reading corner
Fiction, of course! I love all fiction. Fantasy, historical, sic-fi, what have you. Lemme at it. Its not that non-fiction books rant interesting, but there is a different feel to them. Non-fiction is
lemonchiffony Writer's Block: Reading corner
Fiction, of course - in general, fictional books are funner to read, plus there's always some reality in them. I like non-fiction, such as memoirs and textbooks, but I am not nearly as drawn to th
kitvonkat Writer's Block: Reading corner
I prefer fiction that is based on some truth. One of my favorite books is the red tent it is based on a biblical story that is supposedly non-fiction but embellished with fictional depictions of the d
conversexlex Writer's Block: Reading corner
~Fiction allows a world that doesn't exist to be there, it shows how imaginative & crazy we as people can be. That we can come up with anything and make a good story about it.
theobsessor22 Writer's Block: Reading corner
Non-fiction, because I feel like I can learn much more from those books.
I do like fiction sometimes, but I prefer non-fiction-real life stories
suki_alanna Writer's Block: Reading corner
Fiction. I'm not even capable of saying anything else.
You know what's fiction?
Harry Potter, Song of the Lioness, Percy Jackson and the Olympians, Twilight... almost everything I read... yeah. Fiction
oftheorchids Writer's Block: Reading corner
This one's hard. Fiction, I guess. As much as I love history, when faced with a thick tome on the achievements of so-and-so, I won't attack it with the same vigour as one would expect. I learn
darkness88 Writer's Block: Reading corner
Fiction. Reading is my escape from real life and my research job. My life is filled with information about other people all the time because of work. So during my free time I'd much rather read a stor
yilei Writer's Block: Reading corner
I think it depends. Like I'm not opposed to history books or anything, but I don't really actively seek full on history books. I read a lot of fiction though for pleasure and stories, but then I als
thorntonk Writer's Block: Reading corner
Reading-wise: Mostly fiction, but I wouldn't mind reading a biography or something like that.
TV-wise: Both. But I really care less for the stupid reality shows. I enjoy watching improvised comedy skit
clue_conundrum Writer's Block: Reading Corner
I have to say that I prefer reading fiction.
Don't get me wrong, there are [some] non-fiction that I enjoy reading. But I admit that my book collection mainly contains fiction novels [yet the
rylothean Writer's Block: Reading corner
mishenblogs Writer's Block: Reading corner
Any. Just as long as the story moves me.
I just can't take fantasies, vampire stories and all that jazz. Hehehehe!
downbythebay_4 Writer's Block: Reading corner
My first instinct is to say fiction, though there have been several works of non-fiction in recent memory, including Cooking for Mr. Latte, The Devil in the White City, and even Me Talk Pretty One Da
ranichi17 Writer's Block: Reading corner
Both of them. They're both interesting.