Thursday, March 15, 2012

Feature and follow Friday! -- Ides of March edition



Here we are again! Technically, the Ides of March fall on a Thursday this year, right after Pi Day (3.14, obviously. Had an awesome chocolate mousse pie to celebrate.)

Hosted by Alison can Read and Parajunkee, I love this little feature. Most of you know it's the only 'official' meme I do. By definition of 'meme', I also do Flash Fiction and kind-of-sort-of poetry/prose of the day.

Anyway! Alison's feature this week is......
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And this week's question:

What are the best and worst books you've read this month?

Oh, gosh...
The best would have to be Songs for a Teenage Nomad. It was a great story with awesome writing techniques and something I could relate to.

I read a lot of good books this month, really, there wasn't one that I would deem 'the worst'. There is one called 'A Christmas Jar For Santa' that I don't even want to count because it was more of a short story and took me all of five minutes to read. But, for simplicity's sake, I will deem that the 'worst'.

Even though it was a charming story that I will tell my future grandchildren. Just saying.


And....The Linky! Also, if you've made it this far, I've got a question of my own:

How would your favorite book character handle meeting a dragon?




24 comments:

  1. Hopping through. I haven't heard of Songs for Teenage Nomad. The title definitely sounds intriguing.
    My Hop

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  2. As long as the dragon didn't want to hurt his girl my fave character would just walk past it, but if the dragon growled at Bella, he'd bit his head off.

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  3. Oh I know tons of people who don't like romance. Actually I think most of my friends don't. They think it's silly. Btw I'm from Texas too! Thanks for the follow and following back!

    My FF

    Ning @ Reading by Kindle Fire

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  4. Haven't read Songs for Teenage Nomad. It sounds really interesting.

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  5. I'm glad you had mostly a good month for reading! It is always a great feeling to have wonderful books around :) Thanks for stopping by my blog. I followed back!

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  6. Hm. Haven't heard of either of those books.

    Thanks for stopping by and following. Am now following your blog too. :)

    Livin' Life Through Books

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  7. I've actually NEVER read Songs for a Teenage Nomad. I have it, just have never gotten around to it. I need to!

    Thanks for stopping by LIO! Following you back. :)

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  8. Hmmmm I've never heard of either of those, but I'm glad you found one you liked! Hope you have a happy friday :)

    Here's my FF!

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  9. I have not heard of either book lol.

    Happy Follow Friday!

    New follower :)

    Jenny at Books to the Sky

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  10. Thanks for the Follow, I followed back:) I haven't heard of these titles before. I will have to look them up.

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  11. Hi there :) just hopping through... I haven't heard of either book.

    I'm also your newest follower :) Here is my choice...

    Feature & Follow

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  12. I haven't heard of either of those. So I don't have much to go by on that. As for the whole Dragon question, my favorite heroine would probably just take it down like she does all those evil vampire's. =D Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier and following me, I'm following you in return.

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  13. I haven't heard of either book. I will have to look them up. Thanks for stopping by my blog. New follower.

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  14. I read a LOT of fantasy, so I suspect my favourite book character would either slay or enslave that dragon. :)

    Bob @ Beauty in Ruins

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  15. Never heard of those books, but I'm glad you didn't find any one that could be crowned "worst" :)

    Check out my Follow Friday!

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  16. I haven't heard of any of those books, but it's always great to read really good books, new follower, here's mine

    http://headstuckinabook.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/feature-and-follow-friday-19.html

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  17. Thanks for the visit. Never heard of these books but will look into them. I'm now following you back via GFC and wish you a great weekend!

    The Scarf Princess

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  18. Found your blog through Parajunkie's blog hop and just started following - looking forward to reading more of your posts!

    Amy
    http://neftzger.blogspot.com

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  19. I haven't heard of either of thsoe, thanks for sharing!

    Thanks for stopping at my blog, hopping by to return the follow :)

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  20. New follower! Glad to hear you enjoyed Pi day! Nice post! I have a bunch of favourite characters, but I think they would all take down the dragon! Feel free to check out my F&F here.

    Rumana @ Relook the Book

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  21. Love your site!

    Following via GFC.

    http://ajarndtbooks.blogspot.com/

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  22. Haven't heard of either book! Thanks for stopping by! New Follower!

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  23. Thank you for the follow!;)

    I'm stopping by to return the follow GFC & email. :)

    To answer your question; It was too childish, too boring, too unbelievable. Her mom is very ill but she's off trying to save her friends life....I dunno, just did connect AT ALL...however, I prefer to read adults books more than YA so maybe that why. Lots of my friends rated it poorly too, but then I've heard of people loving lol.:)

    Take care, Happy St. Pateick's Day!!;)

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