Thursday, October 18, 2012

Feature & Follow (8)

Feature & Follow is a weekly meme hosted over at Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.
This question this week is: 

Q:  When you step out of your USUAL genre, what do you like to read?  Best books in that genre?

I don't venture far from my genre often since this is a YA genre based blog and I'm always trying to find books to read that I can review on here!  But, when I do try a new book in a different genre, it's normally New Adult romance or adventure.  The best books that I've read in that genre (that I can recall from the top of my head) is Easy by Tammara Webber!  It was a really deep but cute read!  I enjoyed the characters and the overall plot line! 

What are some different genres that you've read?  Best book in it?
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  1. I'm not one for just pure romance, but I do love adventure! I'm getting into steampunk novels right now; I love stuff by Gail Carriger, her Parasol Protectorate series is really addicting.
    Happy Friday!

    New follower via GFC. :)
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  2. I am pretty open to most genres! Great answer though!

    New follower (:

    Chelsey@Charming Chelsey's

  3. Hey! I've read Easy and I liked it. For me however, it stayed in the range of my usual genre. Btw LOVE the Cheshire cat and the quote. So true! A new follower.

    Here's my FF

  4. I want to read this book. I am glad to see you liked it. new follower. my friday

  5. I love New Adult, too! Easy was such a great read. :)

  6. Hopping through. I've heard so many good things about Easy. i really want to read it.
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  7. I love your blog theme. I see Easy a lot on this Follow Friday, I want to read it. New follow via GFC.
    Alise - My FF Post

  8. Hopping through! Great choice for stepping outside your favorite genre!

  9. I have only read good things about Easy, but I have not picked that one up to read. I guess adult fiction would be where I got the most out of my usual genre...

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