Thursday, December 18, 2014

Feature and Follow Friday--Go to Genre

Question of the Week:

Question of the Week: Do you have a go to genre when you're happy, sad, or angry? - Suggested byTake Me Away...

Contemporary YA is definitely my go to genre. I read it when I'm happy, sad, and angry. It's just something about that realistic and often romantic stories that comfort me. 

12 comments:

  1. I agree that contemporary romance is a fitting genre for any mood :-)
    Old follower.
    Kirsty xx
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  2. I just read whatever I got. I think a good book will make me feel better, no mater what! New follower via bloglovin.
    My #FF

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  3. Contemporary YA is guaranteed to pull me out of any reading slump so it's my go to genre too :)

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  4. I tend to do re-read when I'm in a slump or feeling funky.
    Now bloglovin' follower :)

    Lisa@Lisa's Library

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  5. Yup! Contemporary YA is mine also. Love it :))

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  6. Aww, love contemporary. Dessen is like comfort food to me. My FF

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  7. When I'm sad, sometimes just picking up any book helps me but sometimes being sad entitles me not wanting to read. Sometimes I reread, sometimes I just try, stop, then try again. *shrugs* Contemporary is a good solution, I must agree.

    ~Fari @ My Little Corner For Books

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  8. Definitely the same for me. Contemporary YA is, by far, the genre I read most.

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  9. Contemporary does seem to be fitting for any mood :)

    My thoughts:
    Sparrow's F&F

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  10. I'm for romance in every state of my mind,especially romantic comedies.
    I'm new GFC follower, if you want to follow my blog my FF:
    Books are my life

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  11. It's awesome that you have a go to type of book that makes things better in the outside world.
    I'm a new GFC, G+, Bloglovin', FB, instagram, pintrest, and twitter follower.
    Check out my FF at Stuffed Shelves

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  12. Same here. You can't go wrong with romances (as long as you like romances...) because there's one for every mood. If you need to let out a little angst those are easy enough to find. And if you want something sappy those are easy to find. Jessi The Book Cove

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