Friday, December 19, 2014

Friday Follow



Friday Follow is a blog hop that was started by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.  Each week a different question is posted by our hosts and we will answer!  This is a great opportunity for bloggers to network and interact. 
This week’s question –

Do you have a go to genre when you’re happy, sad, or angry? – via Take Me Away…
I do choose the genre of book I am going to read depending on how I am feeling.  I will go for Dystopian when I'm feeling a bit down or Fantasy when I'm looking for adventure or Contemporary when I am feeling more emotional.  When I'm feeling happy, I tend to do a mix of everything (usually I am reading a few different books at once).
- Christinabean

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4 comments:

  1. Fantasy is a great way to escape! I certainly would start feeling better about my circumstances if I picked up a dystopian. That's a good idea! Thanks for sharing! New bloglovin follower!

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  2. Oops! I meant old bloglovin' follower! Sorry! :-)

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  3. I tend to just read how I am feeling. So I stick to books that "feel" the same way. You can also read my #FF at http://www.readinginthetardis.com/feature-and-follow-3-do-you-read-a-specific-genre-when-you-are-sad-happy-angry/
    Going to follow via Bloglovin. :)

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  4. I read a lot of contemporary when I'm really emotional. Nothing like fueling the fire ;-) BL follower Jessi The Book Cove

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