Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. The goal of
Feature & Follow is to meet new bloggers, make friends, and gain readers. This week’s topic is:
Groundhog Day! What book or scene from a book could you live in and have it on “repeat?”
This is a tough one.  But if I had to pick one book to “live in”, I would pick Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley.  I would have amazingly funny friends and be surrounded by hot, alpha guys all the time.  Plus I would get to live in Denver, so…
Happy reading.
Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read. The goal of Feature & Follow is to meet new bloggers, make friends, and gain readers.
The Most Important Qualities in a Book Boyfriend
I haven’t given this quality much thought, but it’s a really good topic.  I would have to say my top qualities for a book boyfriend would be:
Alpha Male
I love alpha males.  I’m kind of an alpha female, so I’m insanely attracted to men who are alphas.  I like a take charge man who doesn’t take no for an answer.
Loyalty
Loyalty is a big deal to me.  I’m very loyal to those close to me.  I tend to like reading books about guys who are part of large group (MC Club, Security team) that are super close.
Sense of Humor
A sense of humor is very important.  I am kind of a goofball and love to laugh and play jokes/pranks on people, so a sense of humor is very key.
Lover of Animals
I am a huge animal lover, so a male character who loves animals is very appealing to me.
Love of Sports
Love reading about men who love sports – since I love sports.
Love of family
Family is the most important thing in the world, so a character with a strong sense of family is likely the most appealing to me.
What are the qualities you look for?
Happy reading.
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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.  It is intended to help book bloggers meet new followers and make friends.

This week’s topic:   Favorite, hated, or memorable character names

This is actually a fun topic.  I have a few:

Favorite/memorable names:

Olive Taylor from To Love Jason Thorne.  Just loved this name.  Very simple and classic.

Sookie Stackhouse from The Sookie Stackhouse series.    Very memorable name.

Archy McNally from the McNally series.  Very classic rich Miami name.

Edward Cullen from the Twilight series.  Great name.

Names I hated:

Reneesme Cullen from the Twilight series.  Seriously one of the dumbest names ever.

November Mayson from Until November.  Stupidest name ever.  She then went on to name her children June, July, December, April and May.  Really?

What is on your list?

Happy weekend.

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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.  It is intended to help book bloggers meet new followers and make friends.

This week’s topic:     Favorite book world

I don’t read fantasy, but I LOVE Game of Thrones, which is based on a book series, so I’m going to cheat a little bit…

Favorite Book World – Westeros

Westeros is kind of the North America of the world of GOT.  Many of the big cities are there – King’s Landing, Winterfell, Dorne, River Run, are all part of Westeros.  And Jon Snow lives in Westeros – I love Jon Snow.

Sorry for my slight cheat…Have a great weekend!

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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.  It is intended to help book bloggers meet new followers and make friends.

Many thanks to Alison and Parajunkie for making me their featured blog this week!  This is very exciting and I can’t thank them enough.  I love this meme and look forward to participating weekly.

This week’s topic:

Spell out your blog name with book titles (Beginning letter of 1 book representing 1 letter of the blog name)

R – Romanov Prophecy by Steve Berry

E – Easy Melody by Kristen Proby

A – Adnan’s Story by Rabia Chaudry

D – Deception Point by Dan Brown

I – Ignite by Tessa Teevan

N – Nuts by Alice Clayton

A – Anything but Minor by Kate Stewart

F – Forever Blue by Carina Adams

L – Listen to Me by Kristen Proby

A – Abruption by Riley MacKenzie

S – Shine Not Burn by Elle Casey

H – Hope Flames by Jaci Burton

Have a great holiday weekend!!

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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.  It is intended to help book bloggers meet new followers and make friends.

This week’s topic is:

Top 5 Book Boyfriends

I feel like we do book boyfriends a lot, but since I have so many, I can’t say I mind:)  Here are my top 5 boyfriends.

Lee Nightingale from Rock Chick by Kristen Ashley

Runs a PI firm; fiercely loyal to his guys and his family.  Funny as hell, but also very sweet and protective over Indy.  All around good guy.  Alpha male.

rock chick

Mitch Lawson from Law Man by Kristen Ashley

Mitch is a Denver cop; fiercely loyal and protective of his close friends.  Sweet and loving towards children.  One of my favorite all time guys.  Big time alpha male.

law man

Matt Montgomery from Tied with You by Kristen Proby

Matt is a cop who has a little fetish – tying women up while making love to them.  He is super close to his family and very protective of them.  He’s also incredibly sweet and a major alpha male.

tied to me

 Cotton Malone – The Cotton Malone series by Steve Berry

The Cotton Malone series is a historical mystery series, but Cotton is smart as hell and one tough cookie.  Former special forces, he is currently the owner of a rare book shop in the Netherlands.  Trouble always seems to follow him though.

Alex Delaware – The Alex Delaware series by Jonathan Kellerman

My first book boyfriend.  Alex Delaware is a child psychiatrist who helps the police with tough cases.  He lives in LA, is sweet, loving and loyal – but I hate his longtime girlfriend.

Who are your book boyfriends?

Happy weekend.

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Feature & Follow, Podcasts

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.

This week’s topic is:

What are your favorite podcasts – both bookish and non-bookish podcasts?

This is a great topic.  I love podcasts.  I don’t listen to any bookish podcasts.  Here is my list:

  • Serial
  • Undisclosed
  • Truth & Justice
  • True Crime Garage
  • Real Crime Profile
  • Crime Writers On
  • Breakdown
  • Limetown
  • Criminal

What podcasts do you listen to?  I’m always looking for new things to listen to.

Happy Friday!

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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Parajunkie and AlisonCanRead.

This week’s topic is:

What is your take on DNF books. Do you review them? Choose not to review them?

Honestly, it just depends on my feelings on the book.  There are some books I DNF and I don’t write a review for, but there are some books I DNF that I feel very strongly about (Carter Reed by Tijan) that I write a review about.

I would say I generally don’t write a review for a DNF, but I’m not opposed to doing so.

What are your thoughts?

Happy reading and have a good weekend.

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Feature & Follow

Feature & Follow

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Feature and Follow is a blog hop hosted by Rachel from Parajunkie and Alison from AlisonCanRead.  This week’s topic is:

What are two of your favorite book to movie adaptations?

I will be the first one to admit that I generally do not care for movie that are adapted from books.    There are really only two movies from books that I have liked.  They are:

Jurassic Park – book by Michael Crichton.  Though the book was better, this was a fantastic adaptation.  The movie was intense and scary – I loved it.

jurassic park

The Hunger Games – book by Suzanne Collins.  This movie was amazing close to the book and did all the characters justice.

the hunger games

What is on your list?

Happy Friday.

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