I'm a fairly indiscriminate reader. Heck, I'll read the cereal box if it's right in front of me.
Of course, I love suspense and thrillers - naturally, I'm a Killer Chick after all - but I'll pretty much read any genre. In fact, I think my brain requires it. I get... bored isn't the right word... complacent? if I read the same genre book after book after book. So, my reading tastes are all over the map.
Just to give you a breakdown, as of the creation of this post, I'd read 98 books this year.
Suspense/Thriller/Mystery - 36
Romance - 27
SF/F - 25
Nonfiction/Memoir - 6
Literature - 3
Historical - 1
Of course, that's simplifying things quite a bit. And there are crossovers. Paranormal anything can be tucked into SF/F, but I plopped those into Romance or Suspense, depending on their underlying theme. Dystopian got stuffed into SF/F. Adventure and Action got shoved into S/T/M. Most of the historical novels I read got the same treatment as Paranormal, except for that one - which didn't meet Suspense or Romance. (Probably should've shoved it into Memoir.)
I expect I'll read at least two more books before the year's done. (Because my Goodreads goal is 100, so I have to squeeze those last ones in, if I can.) I expect those last couple titles will be a regular romance, and the new paranormal romance I've been saving.
I don't add in the data for any beta reading I do. Most times, those books have already seen publication and made it onto my list anyway. And I can't count my own books, for obvious reasons. If I could, I've probably read at least a dozen more book-length manuscripts (if you count each read-through as a new read, that is).
What can I say, it's been a busy year.
Do you keep track of the books you read? Have you ever broken it down? I mean, if you're like me. If you only read one or two genres, you probably wouldn't need to. ;o)
What genre do you read the most of?