Tag Sunday – This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag

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This tag was created by The Tattooed Book Geek! Let’s get this going!

1. What’s your favourite Genre?

YA fantasy is definitely my favourite!

2. Who’s your favourite author from the genre?

J.K. Rowling of course!


3. What is it about the genre that keeps pulling you back?

Definitely the worlds. Being able to escape into a completely different world with magic and mystery!

4. What’s the book that started your love for your favourite genre?

The Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking.

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5. If you had to recommend at least one book from your favourite genre to a non-reader/someone looking to start reading that genre, what book would you choose and why?

Well, of course, Harry Potter, that one is obvious. But besides that, I would recommend The Medoran Chronicles by Lynette Noni!

6. Why do you read? 

I hate this question! I read because I enjoy it! Why else do people do things?!

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Because I’ll be doing them every Sunday, I am only going to tag 2 people in each so I’m not tagging the same people all the time! So each week I will tag my latest 2 followers! These will also be only followers that I follow back as well as there is no point in tagging someone I don’t follow.


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5 thoughts on “Tag Sunday – This Is My Genre, Tell Me Yours Tag

  1. I love YA fantasy too, and J. K. Rowling is my favourite author 😃 I haven’t heard of the Trylle trilogy, but I think you’ve got the author wrong in the post, you’ve put it’s by Rowling instead of Amanda Hocking 😊

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