Friday, October 19, 2012

Feature & Follow Friday (#2)

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Feature & Follow is hosted by Parajunkee of Parajunkee's View and Alison of Alison Can Read.  Each host will have their own Feature Blog and this way it’ll allow us to show off more new blogs!

Paper Towns
Where for art thou, Margo?

Question of the Week is: When you step out of your USUAL genre what do you like to read? Best books in that genre?

A: My usual genre would be fantasy and sci-fi YA, and I don't read a whole heck of a lot outside of that.  When I say fantasy and sci-fi, I mean all of the above within them.  Urban fantasy, dystopian, steampunk, paranormal romance, etc.  If it can't happen in the real world (that we know of), I read it.  When I do cross over into other genres, I read contempory (non-paranormal) lit (still YA though, usually).  I would say Paper Towns by John Green is the best I've read outside my norm.


15 comments:

  1. Great choice!! I'm a paranormal freak myself, it's hard to step outside that Genre!!

    Here's My FF!
    Naomi @ Nomi’s Paranormal Palace
    New Follower :)

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    1. There's so many great books in the paranormal genre (and many more coming out). I have a stack of books I should read, but I can't tear myself away from the paranormal stuff.

      Thanks for following! I followed you back :)

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  2. I haven't read anything by John Green but I heard his works are fantastic, especially his "The Fault in Our Stars". New Follower.

    Starry Storm

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    1. I keep hearing that "The Fault in Our Stars" is his best, but I've also heard to build up to that. So I'm reading "An Abundance of Katherines" but I kind of want to skip it.

      Thanks for following! Following you back :)

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  3. I read stuff from all over the place, but I have recently discovered that there's another genre I can tolerate - every now and then...
    I'm a new linky follower, and here's my FF post for this week.
    Have a fantastic Friday!

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my FF! I have read a couple of good contemporary YA lately, so I'll have to check out John Green. New follower =)

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    1. Yes, most definately, if you like contemporary YA! Thanks for the follow!

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  5. Hopping through. New follower! I should really read Paper Towns. I loved TFIOS.
    My Hop

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    1. I haven't read TFIOS yet. I loved Paper Towns, more so than Looking for Alaska (which was also amazing, if you haven't read it)! But I hear from everyone I've ever talked about it to that TFIOS is his best.
      In other words, I hope you like it!
      Sorry about the rambling.

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  6. I want to check out John Green as soon as I can!!
    Great choice!

    New follower
    My post - F&F

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  7. Hopping through. Great choice for stepping out of your favorite genre!

    http://mydailyobsessionreview.blogspot.com/

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  8. I've been reading more Contemporary Fiction lately--and enjoying some, but I guess adult fiction would be where I got the most out of my usual genre...

    Maeva
    Murphy's Library

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    1. I keep trying to read adult fiction, but I never get that into it. Don't know why; guess I identify with teens better.
      Thanks for hopping by!

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