April 29, 2010

Unfortunately I was not able to join in on my fun Wednesday memes.  Had appointments for in home medical care, which wiped me out.  The assessments went well, especially physical therapy, but they will be coming back 3 times a week to build up my muscles and wean me from the walker to a cane.  Even though it took a lot out of me and what they made me do increased my pain level, I was so happy to hear them say that I was so much better than the first discharge and felt that with future therapy I will become stronger.  Another good thing that came out of it was since my pain level increased, I was not able to sit in front of my computer but sat in my recliner, read and finished a book.  WooHoo...starting to get the ball rolling.  Review will be posted later today.  Now to today's meme.
Today's question:
God* comes to you and tells you that, from this day forward, you may only read ONE type of book–one genre–period, but you get to choose what it is. Classics, Science-Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Cookbooks, History, Business … you can choose, but you only get ONE.

What genre do you pick, and why?
  This one is easy, don't even have to think twice.  It would be mystery/suspense.  I can't even tell you how many years I have been reading this genre, trust's a lot.  I have been an avid reader as long as I can remember and have always gravitated to the mystery/suspense books.  I think I enjoy these books because I try to be a PI and figure out the ending.


Lynda said...

It would have to be thrillers for me - why is here:

Nise' said...

Sorry about the pain but glad you've felt progress. Yay! for getting a book read.

I just might choose classics because there are a few different genres in that catagory.

Wanda said...

Ah, a super sleuth you are then!

My BTT is here.

Gilion at Rose City Reader said...

Mysteries is a great answer because of all the variety.

Glad I found your blog!

Here is my BTT answer on Rose City Reader.

Hope you feel better.

CMash said...

Thank you all for stopping by. I enjoy reading your comments.