Thursday, December 4, 2014

Feature and Follow

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1. (Required) Follow the Follow My Book Blog Friday Hosts {Parajunkee & Alison Can Read.
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Question of the Week
Do you decide in advance what you read for the coming week or month? Why / why not? - Suggested by Unconventional Book Views. 

I usually have my books planned out and saved on my blog. I put the ARC's first then after I finish them, I start with books I want to read. That is usually completely random haha. Sometimes life takes over and I don't have trouble keeping up! Work makes it seriously difficult when I am on call. Darn life getting in the way of my hobby!



12 comments:

  1. I'm the same way! I usually try to alternate review books and "fun" books though! Old follower :)

    Here's my F&F!

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  2. Real life... real life should be reading books constantly!!! AYE!

    Angela's Anxious Life

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  3. I try to do the review books first then I'm a mood reader with my "fun" reads.
    Old bloglovin follower.
    Here is my post.
    Have a good weekend.

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  4. Heehee! Yeah I try keeping ARCs and review books first as well. But I have been reading so many lately I just took a 1 book break from them! My next up read is inaccurate as I plan to read a new review book next, but wanted to wait until after Sunday to fix that!

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    Have a GREAT day!

    Old Follower :)

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  5. Life...it just takes up too much time. If I had a superpower, it would be to never have to sleep, so I can spend the night reading :)
    Old follower :)
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  6. Haha I totally understand you when it come to scheduling books I want to read. Huge TBR-lists are the worst! But also books provided by publishers can sometimes be really difficult in my opinion. Certainly if the book has to be read in a week or two.

    I'm a new follower, love your blog!
    My FF: Aurélie @ Exploring Pages

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  7. I love your answer! I also plan my books around ARC's, as those do come first! Other than that I read whatever is on my tbr pile.
    Old follower!
    My FFF

    xx Kat xx

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  8. Real life does make it difficult to get books scheduled on a regular basis. Which is why I don't. I pick a couple of review requests to do within 2 months and that's the extend of my scheduling. Old follower www.thebookcove.com

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  9. Oh man, I can relate to your frustrations! I also place ARC's at the very top of my stack, but man, I've rarely had a chance to read a book of my choice :/ Still, reading is fun!

    Sparrow's F&F

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  10. Life is a major pain when it comes to reading time, especially when you have a TBR pile to get through.

    New GFC follower. :)

    My FF

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  11. I can never seem to plan out my books to read! I always just read based on my mood. I'm a new Bloglovin follower. :)
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

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  12. I'm not a new follower, but I'm stopping by to say Hi!

    Keep Reading
    Always,
    Elizabeth @ Stuffed Shelves

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