Nikki (nakeisha) wrote,

Answer for question 4410.

What were your favorite books growing up? How did those influence your choice of a favorite genre when you got older?
I was a huge Enid Blyton fan to begin with and read a great number of her books and loved them.

I then moved on to pony books, which was somewhat odd as I wasn't actually a huge fan of horses and whilst I did go riding with Mother a couple of times, I didn't enjoy it.

After that I moved on the things like Sherlock Holmes, Raffles, the Star Trek episode adaptations by James Blish and crime/detective books in general.

Given my favourite genre today is crime/detective/mystery, I guess the books I read in my middle-later childhood did indeed influence me.

Plus, I tended when I got into fandoms such as Starsky & Hutch and The Professionals to read the episode adaptations. And I've just remembered I actually still have the James Blish books.

And I actually do still have a few Enid Blyton books which I read and still love.
Tags: !memes/quizes, books, writer's block

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