I am a pretty eclectic reader and I can’t say that I have a favourite genre. My favourite books tend to be literary classics like The Great Gatsby, Catcher in the Rye, and 1984, and classics of children’s literature like The Chronicles of Narnia and The Phantom Tollbooth. Though I will also read nonfiction and YA fiction. I also really enjoy reading fiction from the late 19th and early 20th centuries like L. M. Montgomery and Jules Verne. I think these books can give you a true feeling of what life was like for regular people at the time; they can teach you how people in this period thought, spoke, and interacted, as well as small details like what they wore and how they styled their hair. I like to read these books both as fiction and as historical documents because they give such a clear snapshot of the past.
Speaking of historical documents, I have a Masters in the History of Medicine and focused on the history of public health, so if you ever happen to be looking for some good nonfiction books about Victorian medicine, I am the person to ask. I also enjoy horseback riding, hiking, cooking, movies, TV shows, and music.
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