Fiction vs. Non-fiction

This week, I found out that 80% of fiction is purchased by women. What draws people to fiction vs non-fiction? I guess men like real stuff…but, a lot of times, fiction has more in common with non-fiction than people think!

 

5 thoughts on “Fiction vs. Non-fiction

  1. That’s so interesting! Maybe men don’t read 😉 I actually love to read fiction but over the years reading has become a luxury for which I no longer make time. I hardly read anything now and only read a book for a specific reason (e.g. Work, business, parenting, etc.). I’d say that non-fiction are the chips which are relatively boring even if good and fiction is the guacamole or other dip which adds such a yummy variety to the chips and can range from light and refreshing like salsa to rich and decadent like artichoke dip. 🙂

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  2. 2017-01-29 18:22 GMT-04:00 Vanessa Fowler, writer :

    > vanessafowler posted: “This week, I found out that 80% of fiction is > purchased by women. What draws people to fiction vs non-fiction? I guess > men like real stuff…but, a lot of times, fiction has more in common with > non-fiction than people think! ” >

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