There are certain types of books that I more or less assume all readers read. (Novels, for example.)
But then there are books that only YOU read. Instructional manuals for fly-fishing. How-to books for spinning yarn. How to cook the perfect souffle. Rebuilding car engines in three easy steps. Dog training for dummies. Rewiring your house without electrocuting yourself. Tips on how to build a NASCAR course in your backyard. Stuff like that.
What niche books do YOU read?
This is an interesting question…I’m not sure if this is what the right answer…My answer is Supernatural and Mysterious Japan by Catrien Ross. The title of the book says it all, it was about ghost, spirit, super power and superstitious in Japan (here is the book’s full review). Everything about Japan always fascinated me, and real ghost story is hard to resist. I also enlist this book in my previous BTT’s question
I bought it for a half dollar (very cheap) because it was on SALE…I guess no one wanted that book…that’s why I choose this book as my niche book.
Actually, I have more than 1 niche book but the others were borrowed from the library so I don’t want to put it here…most of them are also about Japanese Culture.
After reading some of the replies, I finally understand the question completely and therefore I have to put Origami’s books and Learning Japanese and German Books in here too.
So what’s your niche book?