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In Part 1, I shared my top 10 Non Fiction books, some are physical, and others are digital.

Fiction is another beast. I hoard fiction. I devour fiction. So, I’ve broken my keeper fiction into a physical (Part 2) list and a digital (Part 3) list.

Without further ado, here’s my Top 10 fiction — sitting on a physical shelf:

  1. The Phantom of the Opera (Oh, come on, after this post, you knew that had to be on here!)
  2. Harry Potter Box Set (Books 1-7)
  3. Harper Hall Trilogy by Anne McCaffery (RIP)

    I love the whole Pern series but this trilogy was my intro and remains near and dear to my reader heart.

  4. Karen Marie Moning (I have everything she’s ever written.)
  5. Melissa Mayhue’s Daughters of the Glen series
  6. Diana Gabaldon (I have the complete Outlander series and want to get the Lord John series.)
  7. Mary Stewart’s Arthurian series
  8. LaVyrle Spencer (Another author I have everything she’s written. I love her so much I’m actually working on replacing the few paperbacks I have with hard cover.)
  9. Timeline
  10. The Mists of Avalon (I never got into the rest of the series but love this one.)

Lots of romance because that’s my go-to genre. I can read it anytime, anywhere. And while I read all genres, I’m very much a mood reader.

How about you, what’s on your physical fiction shelf? And are you a mood reader?