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Truthfully, I enjoy reading all types of fiction as long as it is some what age appropriate for me – which basically mean any Young Adult or Juvenile fiction books. Fantasy, realistic, complementary, science fiction whatever, you name it, I might like it. However, horror does not apply. Let’s just say, I learned from a young age that I like sleep without nightmares. Reading horror (or watching it) gives me the nightmares I despise. Between the types of fiction I do enjoy reading, I have no real preference among them. Sure, I might seem to read fantasy more often than realistic fiction, but that doesn’t mean I like one more than the other. As long as the book is able to provide me with an escape from MY reality, I probably would enjoy reading it.
As for blogger development, I haven’t really done much for that. I’ve only really blogging for around 6 months. I’m also a high school student, and as much as it pains me to say this, blogging isn’t my greatest priority. It’s the thing I do when I have time. This blog is something that I keep to myself. Not many of my face to face friends know about it. I like being sort of the unseen blogger. Fame isn’t exactly what I’m looking for. When it comes to partnering with other bloggers, I tend to be a little cautious. I’m just afraid that if they do something horrible, I will have to deal with the consequences of being associated with that blogger. Asking a friend to help me has been a constant debate for me. I struggle with posting enough reviews (you can see my post about that at Discussed – Reviews). While I probably need all the help I can get, I enjoy the comfort that I don’t have to depend on others. I struggle with giving up control because I’m scared of what would happen if I did. What I really need help on, besides scheduling reviews, is publicity.