#AMonthOfFaves2016: Reading Outside My Comfort Zone





#AMonthOfFaves2016 is in it’s final days. Have you checked out Tanya @GirlXOXO or Andi @ Estella’s Revenge posts today?


Today’s Topic:

Mon. | Dec. 19 – Reading Outside My Comfort Zone #AMonthofFaves2016 – Surprise Find(s) This Year

My comfort zone is fairly large ( or as large as I want it to be, mostly!) I read romance, women’s fiction, chick lit, dabble in historical fiction and read extensively in suspense, mystery and psych thriller.

I don’t take part in many audio books and books with paranormal elements and that is where I read out of my comfort zone this year.

Good as gone

Good As Gone by Amy Gentry (audio version).

Read by Karen Peakes

I loved this book. I felt that I would have loved it equally actually reading the book, but hearing Karen put voices to all the characters- the secrets, the bombshells, well.. I highly recommend.

And I will be looking for more Karen Peakes read books as I expand more into audio.

ink and bone JUNE

Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger

Lisa Unger captured my mystery/suspense loving hearing with In The Blood. Her latest 2 books have had a bit more paranormal elements than what I really want- and Ink and Bone especially. I loved the characters and the setting, but the paranormal elements did scare me a bit!

*What books did you read that were out of your comfort zone this year?*

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Happy Reading and Bookishly Yours,

T @ Traveling With T

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10 thoughts on “#AMonthOfFaves2016: Reading Outside My Comfort Zone

  1. sarahsbookshelvesblog says:

    Audiobooks were one of my out of comfort zone areas as well this year! And I’m not into paranormal either…

  2. Susie | Novel Visits says:

    Like you, I don’t read outside of my comfort zone very often, but usually feel good about it when I do. Hillbilly Elegy and I’m Thinking of Ending Things were a couple that I talked about.

    Paranormal? You’re brave! That is too far out for me!

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