The Fantasy Fanatic
J. K. Rowling, George R. R. Martin, J. R. R. Tolkien—you love your fantasy writers and their heavily initialed names. You might not be able to put an Undetectable Extension Charm on your tote to expand it, and you might not have a dragon to fly you to and from the library, but you'll settle for the magic you find within the pages of your favorite tomes.
The Patrons of Poetry
For you, life is all about sounding your barbaric yawp over the roofs of the world, just like Whitman. You know that the word "Romantic" is about so much more than love. You prefer Poe's stories over horror films, and you regularly challenge yourself to speak solely in iambic pentameter. Some may say your love of poetry and plays is outdated, but you'll never get over spewing couplets.
The Femme-Lit Lovers
The best female writers have a welcome place in the canon and on your bookshelf. Whether you reach for Austen for biting social commentary, Woolf for perspective and introspection, or Morrison for some of the most heart-wrenching stories set to a page, you love to read the words of unapologetic women.
The Unabashed Bibliophiles
Every book offers the chance to discover a new world, meet new people, and vicariously take on another identity. When you read everything you can get your hands on, you see the world in endless new ways—so why wouldn't you want to be a bookworm?