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Book Blogger Hop #4 and Feature & Follow Friday #2

Book Blogger Hop

This is a weekly meme hosted by Jennifer at Crazy For Books 

This week’s question:

What’s the ONE GENRE that you wish you could get into, but just can’t?”

Hmm I don’t know if I want to get into it but I certainly cannot get into horror novels. I’m too much of a scaredy cat!


This is my first week with the Feature and Follow Friday, a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee

Q. Name 3 authors that you would love to sit down and spend an hour or a meal with just talking about either their books or get advice on writing from?

I always find these questions difficult because really, the answers are endless! Anyway, here are the three authors I narrowed it down to:

1) Jane Austen- I would love to know how she managed to complete so many LONG novels that have become all-time classics!

2) Charlaine Harris- I would love to know where she comes up with her whacky storylines and characters in the Sookie Stackhouse novels.

3) John Marsden- He’s a prolific Australian author who mainly writes YA and children’s novels. He is extremely talented and I thing he would have some interesting stories about books and writing.

Feel free to leave your answers in the comments section below and I will return the favour by stopping by your blog too!

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A recap for this week’s blog posts

Book Review: Spellbound by Cara Lynn Schutz

 Book Review: The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

 Guest Blog Wednesdays with Tim Kizer

 In My Mailbox #10

 A Season Of Transformation book blog tour weekly wrap-up #7 & GIVEAWAY

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Have a great weekend!


20 thoughts on “Book Blogger Hop #4 and Feature & Follow Friday #2”

  1. Hi, just hopping on by, love your blog. I like a good thriller but not too keen on loads of guts and gore, I’m more into the psychological fear. Have a great weekend.


  2. Not even Edgar Allan Poe? Since last week’s pie chart about where I get my books was so popular, I thought I’d share what types of books I do read. Please stop by to see which genres I don’t typically read.


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