Odd Genre Reading Challenge

The Odd Genre Reading Challenge is about forcing you out of your comfort zone, getting you to read new things, and hopefully expanding your mind. At least that's why I'm doing it.

This challenge is not meant to change the way I read completely. I will never be an avid Mystery or Contemporary Fiction reader. I know what I like and it just won't happen. I generally don't like Mystery because it's predictable. It's not very often I can't figure out the bad guy early on. Contemporary Fiction just can't hold my interest. I get bored. If I thought the everyday stuff was interesting, I wouldn't need to read. That's why I like fantasy adventure. It can take you anywhere.

But, that being said, it's important to try new things. I can't guarantee I'll read any of the books mentioned in today's video-- except Michio Kaku's The Future Of The Mind. The other books might be fun and entertaining, but Michio's book will broaden my horizons and help me to see things in a different light. If I really like the book, then I might end up reading more sciency books instead.

If you're interested in doing this challenge too, just comment on the video or below to let me know. Good Luck!

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The Darkest Part by Trisha Wolfe: http://amzn.to/1apatNm

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