Does anyone reads here anything besides novels?Does anyone reads here anything besides novels? Hamza #questionnaire
Other books … nonfiction kind
Magazines, mainly crochet magazines lol ?
Graphic novels by joe hill
I’ve read about a half dozen or so nonfiction this year, have several more coming up.
Not my kind of reading. I mostly do memoirs or topical studies.
Business books & newspapers.
I read around 400 novels then I moved towards serious reading..
Careful with the shaming there. 😀
I’ve read just about every possible genre over the course of my life. And there are novels that tackle far more serious concepts than some nonfiction books 😀
Who’s shaming who? O.o
Notice my careful wording. I didn’t dismiss an entire category of books 😀
To give an example: Emily Bleeker’s upcoming book The Waiting Room is a serious discussion of issues surrounding depression in females. Justin Halpern’s Shit My Dad Says is… just a collection of weird/ funny things his dad says. Both are awesome in their own ways, but this is why it is difficult to say one entire genre is better than another. 🙂
I used to read Japanese comics
Lots of nonfiction and short stories.
Yep, comics ? magazines, motivational books and poetry
Bible. Help books biographies
I like reading graphic novels every once in a while.
I like reading National Geographic
I read alot of nonfiction right now im reading casey Watson and Cathy Glass they are both foster parents its amazing how they turn these children around
Manga and sometimes graphic novels
Ive read some of the true stories on Jonestown, and Warren Jeffs
Non-fiction in general and role plays? Do roleplays count? Lol
All over the bookstore.
( ･ิω･)ﾉ ิ I’m a big fan of mangaaaaaaaaaaaas
I read essays on books. I also have a subscription to World Literature Today. Is that what your question meant?
I love True Crime, I read a lot of self help books, and of course spend a ridiculous amount of time reading stuff on Facebook! ?
DC and Buffy the vampire slayer comics
Scriptures, biographies, factual history books ?
Biographies and history
Short stories. Novella also will read comics and graphic novels. Recipe books
Memoirs, biographies and history for me.
History and communist theory. Analyses of social issues. Memoirs.
Memoirs are my favorite
What are you reading right now? I just read Priestdaddy by Patricia Lockwood and Educated by Tara Westover
@Ronna I haven’t heard of either of those I will have to look into them! I just finished Aron Ralston’s Between a Rock and a Hard Place.
Also read this recently and it was good too
Check out Etched in Sand: A True Story of Five Siblings Who Survived an Unspeakable Childhood on Long Island by Regina Calcaterra
I’ll See You Again by Jackie Hance, Scared Selfless by Michelle Stevens. I also really enjoyed Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis and Gabourey Sidibe’s This is Just my Face. And so many more lol
Entertainment weekly for book ideas? and the library Book Page magazine for book ideas and hgtv magazine
I read comic books, graphic novels, and manga.
Philosophy, history, English literature
I’m currently reading a memoir – Priestdaddy by Patricia Lockwood, followed by non-fiction next.
Oh god oh god SO GOOD
I read a good bit of non-fiction
I read you like a book.(a comic book)
true crime and cookbooks ❤️
A little bit of everything!
Short story collections — great for a quick read at bed time.
Pretty much everything except self-help
My son introduced me to graphic novels.
Newspaper, magazines, history, archaeology, self help
Biographies, history, anything about space, I used to read magazines but all the ones I read closed shop. 🙁
Oh, yesterday. Memoirs, history, nature, travel so much to choose from.
Yes not yesterday.
Yes. Non fiction. Bios. History. Travel essays. Memoirs.
I’m currently reading, “Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind”, and when I finish it, I’ll read, “Homo Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow”. After that, I’ll go back to novels for a bit! ?
anything with words…
Lab protocols (usually online or written in my own handwriting), scientific papers, grant proposals, textbooks… it’s the life of a graduate research assistant.
For fun, I’ll read novels, graphic novels, poetry, some manga, the occasional short story, and the very occasional non-fic.
I do occasional memoirs and biographies and the rare political book.Also read some poetry
Instructions, TV guide, papers, New Scientist
Biographies, science books, classic books- philosophy,etc
Yes. Psychology, Philosophy, and Inspirational books.
Yes, magazines well anything really lol
Magazines, newspaper, on line, back of cereal boxes. Anything I can get my hands on.
Taste of Home and Food Network magazine
Almost anything. I’ve even been known to read the back of the cereal box. I mostly read magazines, lots of non-fiction, and blogs. That’s besides a steady diet of novels.
Yes – WWII/Holocaust memoirs, survivor memoirs by victims of child abuse and neglect, historical fiction based on real facts about medieval England, Normandy, France, and about the European kings, queens, and emperors between then and 1900.
Stage plays, also WWII history, entomology books, Writer’s Digest magazine, and Scientific American magazine.
I like to read true crime, non-fiction history, and books about anatomy, and sometimes philosophy.
Sure theology, history, the occasional biography.
Yes, most of what I read is nonfiction…business, biography, inspiration, tech manuals. Currently reading The $100 Startup & the Steve Jobs bio.
Yes posts about books
Yes, non-fiction, some biographies, some historical, books on time management, organization, cookbooks galore, school text books, Inspirational ( non-religious) Sarah Ban Breathnach, Victoria Moran, and the Bible.
College reading material ?
Yep,forensic psychology, criminal investigations,
Plays,food network and kraft magazines,and children’s books galore ?
Some magazines that are about ?Mystery Scene magazine and Bookmarks.?
Science (astrophysics, genetics, physiology, biology), History, economics, math.
Magazines and self help Books
Mainly history, especially Medieval history.
Science and history, plus occasional poetry.
Non fiction and poetry
History and biography
Autobiographies(mostly musicians), local history, art books, gardening books, cook books, old school books. I have a lot of books
I read mainly nonfiction.
I read some amount of non fiction… mostly business related or biographies