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Question: How have your reading habits changed since you were a teen? Or if you are still a teen what new genres are you in love with currently?
During my younger teen years I was OBSESSED with the Simon Pulse Romantic Comedies. I'm pretty sure I've read every single one. I pretty much read anything romance, so these short, sweet romances were perfect for me to finish within a day or two. Every time a new one came out, I would reserve it from the library and impatiently wait for it to come in. Now though, they have stopped making the romantic comedies, which really made me upset! So, obviously, I had to find something new to read.
It wasn't until last summer that I became obsessed with Vampire Academy. I was already a little bit vampire-crazed (with Twilight), but Vampire Academy took it to a whole new level. The series was so amazing that I started to check out anything that had to do with vampires. This took my transition into the more adult fiction with Kathy Love's vampire series, which I LOVED! After I finished that series, I went on to read her series about demons too. Once I was done with that, I started to think "Hey, if I like paranormal adult books, wouldn't I like the romance ones too?" Thus began my love for the adult romance novel genre. From Nicholas Sparks to Emily Giffin, I was seriously hooked on any romance I could find. But wait! I found even more to love. I've always hated history, so I never thought to pick up a historical fiction book before. Once I saw shelves filled with the historical romance books, I decided to try one out. And here we are today, where I am pretty much obsessed with every genre I have talked about thus far, but especially historical romances. I still visit the paranormal, but I have been avidly reading any romance novel I can get my hands on and I love it! I don't think I could ever get tired of reading them :)