For years and years, I have enjoyed reading fiction novels just for entertainment; but I have also read books about health, nutrition, gardening, and other topics that I wanted to learn more about. At one time, I had a whole collection of horse-training books, starting with the vintage "Beery School of Horsemanship" booklets that were first published in the early 1900's. They may still have them today, for all I know; but I got my first set way back in the 50's when I was a teenager, and they were sent out and you paid $5 a month for them. Most of the ideas were not things that were do-able for me back then; but I still enjoyed reading the techniques and applying the ones that I could use. Now, a lot of my book-reading is done online, and it does make it easier to keep track of the books, and not have to worry about packing heavy boxes of books when we move. Mostly now, I read non-fiction books to learn things that I am interested in. Archeology, astronomy, and ancient civilizations are my passion, and I love reading books and watching videos about how the earth might have come into being, and how mankind has evolved. There are so many different thoughts and ideas on this, and I enjoy reading the different speculations.