I read cozy and historical mysteries, a bit of Paranormal/UF, and to mix it up, I read science and gardening books on occasion.
It really seems the new rules have had the odd effect of ensuring I only land on new-to-me squares from now on. At first I groaned when I saw FantasyLand, but I think this one will be easy to fulfil from my stacks; I have plenty that is set in Western Europe, and I'm sure I can rustle of a cover or two with snow or wintry scene as well.
I'm off to pick a book and straight to bed - a full weekend of tree pruning and repotting pretty much guarantees an early night tonight. I'll update with my choice tomorrow.
Edit: I chose Deck the Hallways by Kate Carlisle. It was the first book I looked at with a wintery cover, so I went with it. Pages: 293