I consider myself to be quite an eclectic reader. I enjoy a variety of different genres – literary fiction, dystopian, fantasy, classics, horror, mysteries, historical fiction… Nevertheless, there are some genres that don’t usually appeal to me and that I, thus, tend not to read. It’s not that they are worthless or without any merit, they are just not for me. Their general characteristics don’t make me want to read them.
Regarding the first three genres that I’m about to mention, I may read such books, if, for whatever atypical reason, their premise and someone else’s opinion leave me curious to know more. It just almost never happens nowadays. The last genre below, on the other hand, I really never read, because I, personally, don’t see the point of such books, although other people find them helpful.
So, the four book genres that I don’t tend to read are: