3 Sept 2019

Top Ten Tuesday: Outside My Comfort Zone

Welcome to another TTT (Top Ten Tuesday) post, the group is hosted by The Artsy Reader Girl. 

Today's theme is Books Outside My Comfort Zone.

Some long term followers may know that this Blog was originally devoted almost exclusively to Historical Fiction and Fantasy. The only books I read included outside that Genre were biographies and the odd non-fiction History book.

I almost never read Contemporary Fiction. I seldom do so now, but I am starting to move outside my comfort zone a little, as some of the books on my recently read and TBR list show. 



 I also don't normally read American Fiction, unless there's British character in it, or its one of those Dual Timeline stories about the Second World War or something.
Sorry to my followers across the pond. Its just I don't really identify with stuff set in the United States because I don't live there. And honestly, its boring to constantly be cast as the bad guy on the grounds of nationality. Which is why generally avoid anything set during the Revolutionary War like the proverbial plague. 

I have read a few books set in America that I've liked though, and I have a few others on my Kindle. Most of these reflect my status as a certified Mystery buff. I'm a sucker for a good mystery or thriller set just about anywhere. 


 General Market titles aren't necessarily outside my comfort zone per se, its just that I don't usually review them on here because this blog is devoted to Inspirational and Christian books. I do read them, I just review them elsewhere, usually on Amazon or Goodreads. Although I have a couple on my Netgalley account that I might eventually review here.


Join me again for another Top Ten Tuesday post in a week or two.

1 comment:

  1. The Curse of Misty Wayfair sounds like a good story!

    My TTT.


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