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Thursday, May 31, 2012

TGIF - Feature & Follow Friday

Feature & Follow Friday is a blog hop that is designed to provide some much-appreciated exposure to the bloggers participating, and to expand their following. Hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read, each of whom feature a chosen blog for the week, it's an interesting way to get to know one another.

Question of the Week: You are a matchmaker — your goal, hook up two characters from two of your favorite books. Who would it be? How do you think it would go?

Yeah, I've got no clue on this one - I'm not now and have never been a matchmaker, so I can't even think of where to begin. I'd probably end up forcing a paring that is either uproariously funny, or completely inappropriate. :)

Parajunkee also hosts a Social Hop for Facebook and Twitter, which I regularly take part in. So, if you're one of those people who aren't on Blogger, or who just don't like Google Friend Connect, it's a great way to keep in touch and follow one another.

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TGIF is another blog hop designed to provide much-appreciated exposure to the bloggers participating, and to expand their following. Hosted by GReads, it's an interesting way to recap the week, pose a question, and find some exposure with a different audience.


Question of the Week: Issue Books: Which books have you found to be very rewarding when it comes to tackling tougher issues?


Wow, rough week for questions! I generally don't like "issue" books and tend to steer clear as soon as I realise that's where a book is headed. I read to be entertained, to be amazed, and to be amused - if I want to be preached at or hit over the head with a message, I'll watch a morning talk show. Actually, I doubt I'd ever watch one, but you get the idea. LOL

6 comments:

  1. I'm not a fan of issue books either. I just happened to have read some way back before paranormal books were available really!

    And then my current read just happened to have an issue of sorts.

    And the matchmaking game was pretty hard too! Don't blame you for not having a "match"!

    Here's my Friday Hops

    Have a GREAT weekend!

    Old Follower :)

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  2. I don't read a lot of issue books either, not purposely, but most dystopian novels tackle some tough issues, like Legend or When She Woke.

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  3. Nothing is wrong with a hilarious match. We all need to laugh some.

    My follow friday. Please visit!

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  4. Yeah, this week's question was insanely hard! Old follower. My Follow

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  5. I couldn't think of anything for the YA genre I think that the people who are together should stay together :D New follower via GFC!

    Kayla @ Bengal Reads (YA Blog) & Reading On The Wild Side (Adult Blog)

    "Click Here" To view my #FF post for Bengal Reads

    "Click Here" To view my #FF post for Reading On The Wild Side

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  6. I don't look specifically for books with issues- but if I find a book I am interested in and it deals with issues- then I read it. :) I am not good with matchmaking either. Definitely involves a lot of thought!

    ~Jess
    http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/

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