Thursday, May 16, 2013

Feature Follow Friday #11


The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee and Alison.
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Q: School is out! What is your favorite Summer Reading book??

To choose one book for my favorite summer reading book is impossible because I have an infinity list. So I'd skip this week's question. Instead I will let you know what kind of book I'd choose to read in summertime. I prefer to read something light, fun and quick in the summer. So I mostly choose YA contemporary or New Adult or any road trip books. And if it has a good romance then it's a plus. So what do you prefer to read in the summer?


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  1. Yeah!! i think lighthearted reads are best for the summer too!!

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    Naomi @ Nomi’s Paranormal Palace
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  2. I totally agree, I love reading light HEA books in the summer as well!

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  3. I know this weeks question was har for me too!
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  4. I tend to read fun stuff in the summer. I like to keep the darker stuff to the winter.

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  5. I totally understand what you mean, even though my answer is sort of the exact opposite. ;-)

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    Johanna @ChallengingReads

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    1. I know what you meant too. Summer equals more free time so some people go for series instead of contemp/chicklit.

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  6. Hopping through. Road trip books are great. Like Amy and Roger's Epic Detour.
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    1. indeed it is. Reading road trip books make me just want to drop everything and hit the road =)

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  7. Lighthearted books seem to be popular summer reads. I'm a new follower via GFC and BlogLovin'.

    Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction

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