Have your reading choices changed over the years? Or pretty much stayed the same? (And yes, from childhood to adulthood we usually read different things, but some people stick to basically the same kind of book their entire lives, so…)
I would have to say yes my reading choices have changed throughout the years. In what ways?
When I was younger I never read any of the old classics, such as Jane Austen, the Bronte's, etc. I have come to enjoy reading poetry, which I never read when I was young, except required reading in my school years. And as I've said before, while I was raising a family, I only read the Reader's Digest Condensed Books, which I read to this day. I love their books because they introduce me to so many more authors that I never would read otherwise. Reading the Reader's Digest Condensed Books is how I've found some of my favorite authors.
However, I still stick to basically the same genres, memoirs, biographies, cozy mysteries, light romance, and I like a book with a bit of comedy. And a good storyline is always a good thing. I would like to think that my choices have improved over the years, but, not necessarily changed all that much.
Have your reading choices changed throughout the year?