I've been trying to read more book blogs lately and I ran across the Book Blog Hop. This looks like a great idea to me and it will be a good way to find new blogs every week.
So here's the link for this week's Hop and this week's question is:
“Many of us primarily read one genre of books, with others sprinkled in. If authors stopped writing that genre, what genre would you start reading? Or would you give up reading completely if you couldn’t read that genre anymore?”
I wouldn't say I primarily read one genre of books, unless you count a category as wide as "fiction." I definitely read way more fiction than nonfiction. Other than that though, I read contemporary fiction, literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, classics, fiction from different periods and cultures, and occasionally drama and poetry. Once in a while I read nonfiction on a topic of scientific or sociological interest, or a biography. The only books I really don't read are mysteries and thrillers and I have read a few of those. So....if writers stopped writing fiction, well, I'd just read the backlog! But if there were no more fiction, I would read significantly less. If people stopped writing science fiction, I would be sad, but there's so much other stuff out there that it probably wouldn't slow my pace.