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Do you read more fiction or non-fiction books?

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We’re lucky as RVers because we have the opportunity to read often, and read often in beautiful places across the country. There’s almost nothing better than pulling into a new campsite with a beautiful view, grabbing a book, and plopping down with a beverage of choice and spend some time in a new story in a new place. Do you agree?

Do you typically have a genre you always read, or do you branch out and read different things? Do you usually find yourself reading more fiction or non-fiction books?

Tell us in the poll below, and if you have any book recommendations, please leave them in the comments. Thanks!

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KellyR
4 months ago

Books? I read RVTravel and so far have deemed it to be non-fiction.

Roy Davis
4 months ago

This was a difficult question for me because, what I read the most is research and reports. What category do text books fall into? I couldn’t check the “I don’t hardly read” because I read a lot, just not novels.

Jeff Abrams
4 months ago

I read magazines and newspapers daily on my amazon kindle. (with subscriptions).

Larry Lee
4 months ago

Science fiction in Junior High School years, historical fiction in High School, textbooks in college, and now non-fiction only.

Bob Perata
4 months ago

I started reading about the Ottoman Empire about three years ago and now I just can’t stop reading about this fascinating saga that ended after 7 centuries when WW1 ended.

Donald N Wright
4 months ago

I read history, I watch the news, I fear the future events.

Barnjai
4 months ago

Disclaimer: I listen to audiobooks. Everything from Harry Potter to C. S. Lewis. I get so much done when I’m listening to a good book.

kat
4 months ago

John Sanford, John Grisham, Tom Clancy and the list goes on and on of the authors I enjoy reading, and re-reading over and over again!

Judy G
4 months ago

Used to read more non-fiction to learn and keep up with what went on in the world. Now, it’s more fiction to escape what’s going on in the world.

Tom
4 months ago
Reply to  Judy G

You are 100% dead-on on the correct order.

Cat
4 months ago
Reply to  Judy G

So true! The non-fiction is frightening!

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