6.06.2013

Feature & Follow Friday


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Q: Have you broken up with a series? If so which one and why?

A: I haven’t actually broken up with any series. I tend not to read many too begin with. I have to really want to read the first book because I feel a series is so much of a commitment. However sometimes the series is so good you can’t help but to be drawn in.

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20 comments:

  1. I haven't read a lot of series lately. I sometimes feel like all the effort is put into the first book and the series sort of fades after a couple books.

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    1. Totally agree I hate when that happens!

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  2. Hopping through. I read so many series. It's too hard to find stand-alone books. But I know what you mean about a commitment.
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    1. Yes most books nowadays are series. They all try to reel you in with the trilogies.

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  3. I don't break up with many either, but for the opposite reason: I generally like series, but am a bit of a completionist. :D Following via GFC and bloglovin'. Happy Friday!

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    1. Series are good but nothing beats the first book.

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  4. Lol you're like my sister. She likes to read individual stories because she likes them short and sweet. Series for her especially book 2 kills it for her. I'm the opposite though, I love series because I always want to see where the next adventure lies.

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    1. Lol! I agree with her. Nothing is as good as the first book.

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  5. I am following you from the hop. I would love return followers on bloglovin please

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  6. Everything seems to be a series these days; it's hard to find stand-alone books!

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    Emma @ From the Writer’s Nest

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    1. It's very hard but I try and seek them out.

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  7. I read SO MAN series and almost never end up finishing them...not intentionally though!

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    Jackie
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    1. I know it seems like everything is a series.

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  8. Hi! I'm about the opposite. I really love reading new series, though I don't believe I have broken up necessarily with a series.

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    Sarah @ Bubbly and Bookish

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    1. Me either. The few series Ive read Ive finished.

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  9. I start a series and then don't move to book 2....see my FF post. New Bloglovin follower, nice to meet ya! I've lived in the South more than half my life now, do I count as a Southern girl? I don't know, but I love it here and won't move any further north :)
    http://momssmallvictories.com/feature-follow-2-book-series-i-abandoned/

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  10. It seems like every book I read is a series, but I tend to read more paranormal/fantasy, etc. and those usually come in trilogies.

    Here's my FF.

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    1. Yeah I've noticed that. Just started getting into some paranormal myself.

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