Thursday, March 28, 2013

Feature Follow Friday #4

The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee and Alison.
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This weeks Question:
Tell us about the most emotional scene you’ve ever read in a book – and how did you react?

I do not know since I avoid any books that can make me emotional. It's just that life contains enough sadness and tragedy so really, sad or tragedy ending is a no no for me. For me reading is like a getaway vacation and who seriously wants a sad, depressing vacation.

PS: I do not know if this is true or not but I've heard that GFC will be canceled in the future. So if you can please follow me with Bloglovin.  You can still follow me using GFC since this is just a precaution. And you can also use the usual email subscription if you prefer. Thanks

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  1. I think that's a good answer and you're absolutely right. Life certainly does have enough of that. I think that's why I prefer more YA based novels. They are lighter reads and don't typically deal with too heavy of content.

    Followed you via GFC and Bloglovin'

    My FF

    Jessica@Lovin' Los Libros

  2. I so understand!

    new bloglovin follower!

  3. Good answer-totally understand! new follower!

  4. Amie I love your answer, so true.

    I'm also looking at the whole, what should I offer as "following" options and can't decide. I don't want to offer x amount of options and some can't follow because they don't have certain accounts.

    Here's my Feature & Follow

    Have a great weekend!

  5. Hopping through. I've heard a few rumors about GFC too, but I don't know if they're true. Hopefully it'll stick around.
    My Hop

  6. Hi! Following you via Twitter. =D

    Silk Screen Views is new to the blog hop. It looks interesting and I’m looking forward to finding out fun blogs out there. To follow us, you can Follow via WordPress, Email, RSS, Twitter and Facebook. To get the latest updates for sure, I recommend Following by WordPress, Email or RSS.

    For my answer, I described a scene from Written in Red by Anne Bishop. You can read the answer here:


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