It's been a while since I've done a Top Ten Tuesday, but I do love this link-up and it's good to be back. If you want to see more TTT posts, head over to The Broke and the Bookish to check it out.
What are the top ten words/topics that make you pick a book up?
This is a great question because I never really realized there are some topics that I naturally gravitate toward in my reading choices. I think this sort of reading persona is something that evolves over time. I know there are some distinct topics that I generally avoid, i.e., politics, Christian fiction, western, child or animal abuse. But I've never really sat down and looked closely at my shelves and noticed the recurring themes.
So, here is my top ten list of favorite book topics...
A few of my favorites: The Giver, The Hunger Games, The Handmaid's Tale
A few of my favorites: Outlander, The Time Traveler's Wife
A few of my favorites: The Country of the Young, My Name is Memory, The Book Thief
A few of my favorites: Pride and Prejudice, Perfect Chemistry
A few of my favorites: The Black Dagger Brotherhood, Twilight
A few of my favorites: The Fever series, Graceling, Fire, The Hunger Games
A few of my favorites: Cry, the Beloved Country, Waiting for the Barbarians
A few of my favorites: The Shadow of the Wind, The Book Thief
A few of my favorites: The Mermaid's Singing, Outlander (Scotland)
What are your auto-buy topics?
Do you have any good recommendations for me based on my favorite topics?