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What is your favorite time period for a story to take place?

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message 1: by Abigail (last edited Jun 08, 2012 11:17AM) (new)

Abigail Mitchell | 177 comments My favorite time period is the 1880s.
I love the clothes they wore than, as well as how they lived.


message 2: by English (new)

English  (english_lady) | 19 comments The Medieval Period- c410-1500. Im a Medievalist, have loved this era for a long time though I am also pedantic and don't like to see too many cliches misconceptions or inaccuracies.


message 3: by Abigail (new)

Abigail Mitchell | 177 comments Cool!


message 4: by Karen (new)

Karen Witemeyer | 11 comments Abigail - 1880s is my decade of choice, too. Cool. It is my favorite era to write about. Of course, when I'm just reading for pleasure I love medievals, regencies, westerns - pretty much anything prior to the 20th century.


message 5: by Piza Riza (new)

Piza Riza  | 4 comments I love anything historicaly set, but to narrow it down I would choose the Medievals, renaissance and 1800's


message 6: by [deleted user] (new)

I'd say probably the 1870's-1880's.


message 7: by Diane U (new)

Diane U (djuseless) Elizabeth wrote: "I'd say probably the 1870's-1880's."

I agree with Elizabeth!


message 8: by Abigail (new)

Abigail Mitchell | 177 comments Karen wrote: "Abigail - 1880s is my decade of choice, too. Cool. It is my favorite era to write about. Of course, when I'm just reading for pleasure I love medievals, regencies, westerns - pretty much anything p..."

I guess that is why I love your books so much! :)


message 9: by Beth (new)

Beth Vogt (goodreadscombethkvogt) | 6 comments While I read a lot of historical novels --Regency and the late 1800s especially -- I also enjoy a good contemporary romance.


message 10: by Patriciaw (new)

Patriciaw | 5 comments If it's a historical, I like the early 1900's, like 1920's.


message 11: by Dawn (new)

Dawn (baseballblondie) | 24 comments Mid-late 1800's


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