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Today's Feature - Beauty but a Funny Girl
1. When did you start blogging?
I started blogging in October 2012, so I still consider myself somewhat of a baby blogger.
2. What is your favorite part of book blogging?
I love finding new books. I know there are books that I have read/plan to read that I would not have found out about had it not been for blogging. I don't mean just indy books, but ones with smaller publishers that occasionally slip under the radar. At the same time, there are books where by blurb alone I would pass on, but when I see so many fellow bloggers rave about it, I know I have to give it a chance. Blogging has definitely expanded by TBR list, which is a double edged sword really.
3. What type of books do you mainly blog about?
I mainly focus on YA books that deal with fantasy/paranormal. That's definitely my favorite genre, but at the same time I read historical fiction, realistic fiction, new adult, and adult books. I've got to mix it up every now and then, but I always go back to the favorites.
4. What is your favorite book(s)?
My all time favorite book is Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. However, you can't go wrong with a Sherrilyn Kenyon book, especially if it's from her Dark-Hunter or The League series.
5. What has been the best thing that has happened to you because of book blogging?
This is probably a really cheesy and cliche answer, but I've made a lot of blogging friends though doing this. Bloggers whose reviews and opinions I've come to trust when it comes to both books and blogging. Also, I've learned a lot about myself when it comes to book preferences and review writing.
Q: Is there a song that reminds you of a book? Or vice versa? What is the song & the book?
I'm going to be boring and answer truthfully - I really can't think of any songs that remind me of a book.
I cannot think of a single song that reads me of a book. Seriously, drawing a blank. So I think I'll say that I read a fair amount of street lit so r&b and hip-hop/rap songs could remind of one of those books. Does that count ...