I have a really eclectic taste in books. I love to read historical fiction (I love an old house mystery tying the present to the past), history (especially about women who were a head of their time). I like time travel, but not the technical type as I don't want to spend loads of time reading about a technology that doesn't exist. I enjoyed Outlander and am on the hunt for the perfect time travel adventure book. I also love dystopian future books. Recently I've been into listening to a lot of true crime podcasts and would be interested in reading about them as well.
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Outside of reading Fables I'm not into graphic novels. I don't like books with graphic sex scenes or sappy romances. I'm not into a lot of science fiction or anything that's really technical.
I've included my Amazon wish list if it's needed. However, I would really love to be surprised by something that I've never heard or thought of before. I was given the first Outlander book the first time I took part in Santa Thing and I don't know that I would have ever read it otherwise. I'm so addicted to that series now that I'm rationing when I read the books so it won't all be over!
sscarllet's Secret Santa is Oneironaut. Help Oneironaut pick the right book.
MDGentleReader: Just One Damned Thing After Another, by Jodi Taylor Series: The Chronicles of St Mary's non-technical time travel, lots of history (time travelling historians). (Thu, 08 Dec 2016 18:45:36 -0500)
MDGentleReader: The Adams Women: Abigail and Louisa Adams, Their Sisters and Daughters by Paul C. Nagel Abigail Adams, definitely a woman ahead of her time (Thu, 08 Dec 2016 19:00:17 -0500)
Helenoel: Rita Mae Brown's "Tail Gait" and Tall Tail" are light mysteries that link old house history to a modern mystery. (Fri, 09 Dec 2016 10:08:47 -0500)
Peace2: Labyrinth by Kate Mosse
The Unseen by Katherine Webb (Sat, 10 Dec 2016 20:49:46 -0500)
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