I read pretty much anything, from fantasy (City of Stairs by Robert Jackson Bennett) to romance (Bared to You by Sylvia Day) to classics (Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad). The only genres I don't read are self-help and comic books/graphic novels.
This post was inspired by E's reblog of Drawing with Words' post of what he's read so far this year and what he plans for the coming months (I don't usually plan what I'm going to read more than a few days ahead, so the upcoming books section of this post may be a little bare).
C is for Corpse
Entwined with You
And Then She Fell
D is for Deadbeat
Unsung Eagles (DNF'd it due to running out of time at Netgalley)
Luck be a Lady
Ready Player One
The Warren Witches
A Basic Renovation (DNF'd it due to running out of time at Netgalley)
The Wicked Confessions of Lady Cecelia Stanton
Mazin Grace (DNF'd it due to running out of time at the library)
Lolita (DNF'd it due to running out of time at the library)
At the Mountains of Madness and Other Novels of Terror (DNF'd it due to running out of time at the library)
February (travelling really hampered me last month)
Life After Dane
Hope for the Wicked
Tucker's Claim (DNF'd it due to it being really bad)
The Candidate (DNF'd it due to it being really bad)
Illegal (DNF'd it due to running out of time at Netgalley)
Ines of my Soul
Pretty Little Dead Things
The Wisdom of War
For the following months the only reason I know that I'm going to read the books I list is because I have them on hold, suspended until the beginning of each month at a rate of one a month for the rest of the year.
Crimes in Southern Indiana
The House of Dead Maids
A Town Like Alice
Tall, Dark and Hungry
By Night in Chile
My library doesn't allow more than 10 holds at a time, so I haven't planned November or December yet.