So I haven’t written a review in awhile but don’t worry I have plenty coming up. Including my new favorite read for the summer. Sarah Ockler The Summer of Chasing Mermaids was so adorable and sweet. I truly enjoyed the read and I know you will too. But that is not why I’m writing this post today.

As a fellow book lover I know I wish more people would read fantasy but I know this is not to everybody liking. Still I want to ask this question of you my dear followers.

Which genre do you wish more people would read?

If you like you can add an recommendation. For example if someone is new to fantasy and magic my go to book to slowly introduce them to this genre would be the Harry Potter series. For you it might be different.

Anyways that is what I wanted to ask. I hope everybody had a wonderful weekend. Thanks for stopping by. I truly appreciate all of your support.

-Sanovia <3

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  1. Hello again. πŸ™‚
    Thinking about your question, I can’t say I”ve ever thought about it before. There isn’t any genre I wish for anyone to read; I just hope people find genres and books they enjoy, and have the opportunity to explore different ones to find what they enjoy the most.

    For first-time fantasy readers, I might recommend “classic” fantasy such as Wizard of Oz, Peter Pan, or Charlotte’s Web. πŸ™‚ Trying to think of books I enjoyed as a child way back in the seventies and eighties… I used to enjoy Greek mythology, Star Trek novels, and Marvel Comics (I acquired a great vocabulary from reading comics).

    1. I agree with you, it’s just that I think some people miss out on some great books because they don’t want to branch out to other genres. For me contemporary is not my thing but I’ve read a few books that have sway me into it’s grip.

      Love this list of books. Peter Pan and the Wizard of Oz are some great books for first-time fantasy readers.

      Thanks for stopping by.

      1. Hi Sanovia…

        it’s just that I think some people miss out on some great books because they don’t want to branch out to other genres

        I agree with you. πŸ™‚

    1. Oh that’s a good one. Nothing like a little Greek mythology to fill your shelves. That is something that I rarely see in YA. I have to check out Goddess Test. It’s been recommended to me a couple of times. I just hope it’s not too overtly romantic.

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