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Sunday, 16 September 2012

Blogfest: Genre Favourites

Alex J Cavanaugh is hosting another Blogfest Today
Genre Favourites Blogfest, September 17, 2012
One Blogfest, four favourites!
List your favourite genre of:
           Movie            Music             Books
And a guilty pleasure genre
from any of the three categories!

Here's my entry, now posted in the correct month (blush!) after a blogger glitch last month,
hence the first commenters comments.
Okay this is a toughie as I love my films, music and novels, but I love many different genres.

Music. I love Classical especially Bach and Mozart. I love harp, cello and brass instruments best. I also love what I'll refer to as the Bach and Mozarts of the Pop world, such as Queen whose range and talent is awesome. Songs I can sing along with on the tenor register.

Books I am very much drawn to literary fiction/ realistic fiction mainly written by women.
While I love Sci-Fi films, I don't tend to enjoy the general writing style of Sci-Fi fiction novels. I also enjoy Children's books and YA. The author whose entire works I have enjoyed every one of would be Andrea Levy.
Films I love so many genres it is hard to choose: Costume Dramas, Sci-Fi, Action thrillers where one person is outwitting the many
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Guilty pleasure genre would likely be real life accounts in novels and films of those who have won out over adversity, such as Rabbit Proof Fence.
Oh and About A Boy I can watch over and over and still enjoy.

How about you?