Tell Me Something Tuesday: October 19, 2021

Posted October 19, 2021 by Jen in TMST Tags:

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Hey friends!! It’s been one year since our small group of bloggers (Linda from Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell, Berls from Because Reading is Better than Real Life, Karen from For What It’s Worth, Roberta from Offbeat YA, and me) got together virtually to keep the Tell Me Something Tuesday meme going. It’s been a lot of fun for us, and we hope you are enjoying TMST and find the topics of interest. Do you have any questions you’d like featured on TMST?? If so, please send them my way and we’ll see what we can do!

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October 19th: Do you prefer to read standalone stories, duologies, trilogies, series?

I have to say series are my favorite and the large majority of what I read. I love UF series where we follow the main characters from story to story, growing and falling in love, etc. I also enjoy romance series that are each standalone stories but continue in the same world, especially if there is an overarching plot line threading the stories together. I enjoy cozy and historical mystery series because the characters become familiar, and I get to see them progress. I do enjoy series a lot. I just hope that the author doesn’t burn out before they finish or that the series doesn’t go for too long becoming problematic.

With that said, I love a good standalone now and then; they help cleanse the pallet so to say. And I can enjoy a short-term series because I know that there is an end coming.

What about you? Tell Me Something and leave a comment!